Eyebrows on Fleek: Threading vs. Waxing
Threading and waxing are the most popular hair removal methods out there. But could one be better than the other? Let’s examine the difference between the two: Threading was first developed in India a a way of removing facial hair. The method is conducted by a professional that uses a thread to rip each hair entirely out of its follicle.  
You might love threading because:
  1. Threading leaves behind a better shape because it is more precise
  2. Unlike waxing, the possibility of double-dipping does not exists thus reducing the risk of transmitting bacteria
  3. Skin appears to be less red compared to waxing. Or if there is skin redness after threading it usually disappears quickly
  4. Waxing can potentially burn skin leaving behind blisters and scars
  5. Waxing could be very dangerous for people taking certain kinds of medications or have recently suntanned.
Then again, you might like waxing because:
  1. Threading takes much longer and is painful because the hair removal is more gradual as opposed to waxing where the hair is removed in two or three hard pulls;
  2. Waxing can be done on most parts of the body while threading can only be done for facial hair removal
  3. The rolling thread on your skin creates friction which makes it even more painful;
In conclusion, there are many reasons why one could prefer one method over another. It really depends on you and what you feel gets the job done.   Few More Tips: The belief that threading will make your hair back thicker and strong is a MYTH. Only genetics can predispose your hair type and how fast it grows. If waxing is your prefered method, make sure the hair removal specialist checks the temperature of the wax and does not double dip into the wax.  
 Sound off! How do you keep your eyebrows on fleek? Share your prefered method with us in the comment section below![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width="1/3"][vc_widget_sidebar sidebar_id="default-sidebar"][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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