For generations, threading has been known as a quick and affordable way to rid facial hair; and even in the present day, it remains a widespread choice. Both cost-effective and uncomplicated when done at home, this method of hair-eliminating has been recognized as being significantly less excruciating than other alternatives such as waxing.
If you’ve been looking to try your hand at threading, there are a few pointers you should remember. To start, you must invest in a quality thread that can be found at most beauty stores. Additionally, it’s important to have a spot to conduct your work that is comfortable; a bathroom counter or workspace would be ideal.
Gather your gear and follow this guide to thread your facial hair in no time.
Your chosen direction of threading will depend on the shape of your eyebrows. If you have a rounded face, then threading may be best starting from the inner areas and progressing outward.
Start with a piece of thread around the same size as both your hands stretched out.
Seize the thread from either end with both hands.
Carefully slip the string between your thumb and pointer, creating an opening to lead it through.
Wrap the line around itself a number of times, forming a kind of noose.
Secure the loop of the lasso tightly around the tuft of hair to be removed.
Pull firmly to extend the thread and swiftly move it in the manner necessary for threading.
Continue with steps 6-8 until every strand of unwelcome hair has been eliminated.
To finish off your grooming routine, give your face a good scrub with some soap and water to rid it of any lingering hairs and dirt.
Once you have acquired the knack of threading, achieving the perfect hairline and salon-quality aesthetics can be done without leaving the comforts of your home. You may require some practice to hone your threading skills, but the results will be worth it.