Even the most beautiful brows need occasional maintenance, but what do you choose when it comes to a technique— tweezing? shaving? waxing?
Tweezing is a seemingly safe method to groom your brows, and the results last longer than shaving, but it can cause ingrown hairs if the follicle breaks off underneath the skin during. In these cases, the skin grows over the pore and traps the hair, resulting is a red bump.
And, threading – it’s an extremely old skill that involves using only a piece of thread to remove the hair from your eyebrows or elsewhere. While it takes a little practice, all you need to do it is a string! Some of the greatest benefits of threading is that it’s a great method of hair removal for both women and men, it is less messy, faster and is less traumatizing to the skin than waxing or tweezing.
Threading is a chemical free practice that is very hygienic, as a new thread is used every time, and the process does not cause breakouts, excessive redness or pigmentation. Threading even helps slow down hair re-growth, because performing it consistently causes the hair follicle to weaken and become less dense.
Note: This is an old technique where women used wax to pluck their eyebrows and other body parts. It takes little practice. Just take a look at the video below and don’t forget to click the share button at the end of the article.
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