Threading hair removal gets rid of the finest and smallest hair with ease, and does not leave the area red or swollen like waxing does. It works by using a cotton thread to pull unwanted hair in a twisting motion, and lifts hair right from the follicle.
|1. Tends to burn, peel and irritate the skin, especially if you are allergic to any ingredients in wax.||No burning or peeling involved.|
|2. Cannot get a defined shape or arch.||Threading allows for the sharpest eyebrows with form, arch and definition.|
|3. Hair grows back thicker and faster.||Hair grows back thinner and slower. Also hair grows back extremely fine and becomes finer with each threading.|
|4. Tweezing increases the chances of ingrown hair.||Threading can help pull out specific individual hair, therefore prevents formation of ingrown hair.|
|5. Repeated waxing increases the chances of wrinkles near brows.||Threading is a safer option as it has little or no contact with skin|