Some Facts About Threading Hair Removal
Here are some facts about threading hair removal for you to check out...
By: Bobby Sawyer
First off, what is threading?
- Threading is a method of hair removal that has been around for centuries and is still used in many countries in the Middle East as well as India and Pakistan. It' used to give clean lines and good shape to eyebrows and also remove hair from other areas on the face.
How exactly does threading work?
- It uses a 100% cotton thread which is twisted and rolled along the surface of the skin. As it's rolled over the skin, the thread catches the hair which is then lifted out from the root of the follicle.
How long will it take the hair to grow back?
- The hair will take anywhere form 4 to 8 weeks to grow back, depending on the individual.
How will threading affect the skin?
- Unlike tweezing, waxing or sugaring, the affects of threading are far less on the skin. There may be a little redness or soreness but only a slight pinch is felt as a relatively large area is covered each time. Irritation and skin rashes are avoided with threading because top layer of dead skin isn't stripped off in the process.
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