27 Jun The Process Of Threading
If you have any interest in fashion or makeup, and have been paying attention over the course of the last 10 years, you’ve probably noticed a trend that has begun to take shape and is being utilized by social media models to create dramatic effects. This trend goes completely against the previous decade where the desired look of eyebrows was for them to be thin and curved. While many women went to great lengths in the past to create this look by either waxing their eyebrows or plucking out the individual hairs with tweezers, today’s women actually prefer thicker and darker eyebrows. They say that fashion changes completely every decade, and nothing could be further from the truth then the look of women’s eyebrows. The real shame is that people who pulled out their eyebrow hair in order to create the thinner eyebrow look in the past probably are having great difficulties getting the look that is in fashion today. This is because the more you pull out hairs at the root the thinner and lighter the hair will end of growing back. When the fashion shifts to the look of thicker on eyebrows, you’re forced to now fill in the color in the areas that you want with eyebrow pencil. If you have naturally thicker eyebrows, then you’re in luck. You will have the ability to create the shaped look that is in fashion today quite easily. This is done using a technique called eyebrow threading.
Eyebrow threading has been around for many thousands of years but was unknown in America until recently. The majority of places that eyebrow threading was regularly used to create a groomed look was in Indian countries. Because Indian women had thicker and darker hair then is typically seen in European countries, the desired look of a shaped eyebrow required another person to perform the service for you. This is because it was quite difficult to pluck the hair out yourself and create a straight line. The technique that was developed takes two threads and stretches them tightly across the area that you want to remove hair from. These two threads are then twisted together, trapping the hair in that area between them. Disk causes the hair to be removed at the root, and creates a bald area within that region. When used on the edges of eyebrows or on the top and bottom, you can create a very straight line that will be quite difficult to achieve using any other method of hair removal. This is how the lines are created that you see on social media today. Keeping the eyebrows thick in the areas that you want them to be dark, and then using the threading technique to remove the eyebrow hair on the top and bottom is the way that this look is achieved. After the initial threading process is done you’ll need to return to have it done again every few weeks in order to maintain the look. If you’re interested in threading contact our studio today.