Eyebrows frame your eyes and can set your face up for success or failure. A bad eyebrow job can look awful and make you feel even worse. There are a few ways you can tackle your brows and create the best shape for your face. Exploring all of your options is best before you make a big decision as to how you will remove that unwanted eyebrow hair.
Waxing is a common way to tame the brow beast. Typically soft wax is used with a strip to remove even fine hair from the area. Many people use eyebrow waxing andover because it takes longer for eyebrow hair to grow back, leaving you with the great eyebrows for longer. This is especially great for women with thicker, darker hair.
Threading has more traditional roots originating in the Middle East, India and China. It is an art of using cotton thread and with a series of knots, the technician will move the twisted thread quickly to take out hair from the root. It also takes longer to grow back and is relatively painless.
Tweezing is another option when you want to shape your eyebrows. Tweezing is simple and most people know how to use tweezers on their eyebrows. They are great for precision and can help “clean up” any rogue hair that grows between waxing or threading sessions. However, it does not last as long as waxing or threading.
Whether you choose to wax, thread, or tweeze remember that sometimes eyebrow hair won’t grow back so be careful and mindful of what you are doing. The best route is conservative. You an always remove more, but you can’t always grow it all back. This is why getting your eyebrows done by a professional is important and can be a life- saver.