Even after centuries, threading remains an enduring method of depilation. Thanks to its rapid execution and overall lack of discomfort, it can be easily done in the comfort of your own home with the help of the correct materials.
Mastering the traditional art of hand-held threading takes patience, perseverance, and practice – but the process can be worth it. Compared to the other primary form – machine threading – it’s a slower process but still used in many areas around the world.
Compared to traditional hand-held threading, machine threading has become increasingly favored given its speed and simplicity. However, its cost may be a disadvantage.
To complete these techniques, make sure you have the necessary materials – thread, cotton puffballs, tweezers, and a good pair of scissors. These four supplies will be needed before embarking on your project.
Starting off, measure a length of thread that comes to two feet. Upon grabbing hold of the ends, tie a single knot in the thread for hand-held threading.
Take a cotton ball, saturate it with water, and give it a slight squeeze to remove any extra liquid. Subsequently, apply the cotton ball to the desired area of hair removal before securing it in position with just one hand.
Using your free hand, start securely winding the thread from the outer edge of the cotton ball right around the hair. Make sure to bind it tightly, but do not overexert yourself – if you wind it too firmly, the hair will get ripped out.
Carefully keep looping the string to secure it around your strands until you reach the area where the cotton ball is centered. Grab ahold of the stria with one hand, and with the other tug your mane away from the path you originally took.
Assembling the project with a machine is comparatively effortless, since the device will undertake the majority of the labor. To commence, simply slot the thread in place and then carry out the machine’s directives.
After efficiently plucking away the undesired fur, start by wetting a cotton ball with a bit of water and use it to delicately cleanse the area. Subsequently, to help reduce any blush or discomfort, apply a gentle moisturizer or cream.
Perfectly groomed eyebrows are just a few twists away when you master threading! With a bit of practice, this ancient technique can offer you the results you want – quick and efficient hair removal with no mess.