Some say that a name can have a lot power. Eyebrow threading, Eyebrows, and Threading…Hmm… I wonder what our speciality is? Just kidding. Eyebrow Threading is our bread and butter. It’s also our passion. In 2014, the first salon in Brooklyn to introduce threading for hair removal was a place called Threading Brooklyn.
We didn’t invent the wheel. The threading of cloth dates back more than 6000-years. Jeez. This is a pretty amazing fact. At the time, the Egyptians built the Pyramids. The last ice-age creatures, like the woolly mammoths, were still roaming the earth. And some Druids constructed monuments such as Stonehenge. It’s pretty amazing to be a part this history. Let’s get back to the main attraction. In the Middle East and South Asia, eyebrow threading is popular. We do not know why and how it became popular. It was probably some very intelligent women who got sick of the monobrow.
Even though we make fun of it, Eyebrow Threading Service in Brooklyn is a very popular practice in many cultures. For example, brides-to-be would wait until their marriage to get their eyebrows threaded. They would then hold a threading event before the ceremony. Even though these rituals are no longer as common, threading is still popular in other countries and has become a hair removal method of choice for many people throughout the west.
Hair removal was not popularized in the West until the 20th Century. Around that time, eyebrows were embraced by women as an important part of their appearance. Threading became popular because it allowed them to create different brow shapes without using wax or tweezing. The threading technique is most commonly used in Western cultures to shape eyebrows. In many Middle Eastern cultures it is used to remove facial hair, including the upper lip and cheeks.
You may be wondering how it works. Threading is the process of twisting a cotton or polyester thread. The thread is rolled over the unwanted hair and the hairs are pulled at the follicle. Threading is a more effective method than tweezing. Instead of pulling out single hairs one by one, it can remove a short row of hair.
Threading is a gentler way to shape eyebrows and provides a more precise control than waxing. The threading is also 100% natural, and does not involve the use of harsh chemicals or harsh techniques. The hair does not grow as quickly as it would after tweezing. It is also a dermatologist-recommended option for women who have extra sensitive skin and are prone to breakouts.
There are several different threading techniques. There are three different methods: the mouth method, the neck method, and hand method. Since Covid-19 has taken over the world, we use the neck technique because it is the hygienic and Covid-safest practice.
We need you back. We expanded our business to the ACT after a huge success in Brooklyn. Three stores are now open in Canberra, Westfield Woden (Westfield Belconnen, and Canberra Centre). We have maintained our high-quality standards, training and general awesomeness to ensure that all our clients across Australia get the brows they dream of.
Next time, we will be back to try ancient techniques that have proven themselves and are still effective. We will see you soon.