I have been threading eyebrows for over 7 years and I love to see the smile on my customers face after getting the eyebrows threading done. I treat threading as an art and I am an artist.

Threading is a method of hair removal originating in Asia. In more recent times it has gained popularity in Western countries. Eyebrow threading can be used to eliminate a unibrow, raise the arch of the eyebrow, or add shape and definition to the brow. It is a reasonably long lasting hair removal technique as well. Traditionally, threading is used on the entire face, including upper lip, chin, eyebrows, sideburns and cheeks.

5 Things no one ever told you about threading
1. You can get really precise with shaping
2. It’s the Gentlest Form of Hair Removal
3. Maintenance is easier
4. It’s for your facial hair
5. Easy care

1. Does eyebrow threading hurt?
Eyebrow threading is less painful than waxing. Unlike waxing, which actually removes a thin layer of skin during the process, threading only removes unwanted hair.
2. What areas can be threaded?
Most areas on the face can be threaded.
3. What is the down-time after threading?
There is little to no down-time, if minor skin irritation does occur it usually dissolves within an hour.
4. What are the benefits of eyebrow threading?
Eyebrow threading gives the practitioner more control and the ability to create a shape unique to each persons’ facial structure. Eyebrow threading is great for people with sensitive skin or those using acne medication such as RETIN- A. Threading only removes hair and doesn’t cause trauma to delicate facial tissue. Most threading services usually take less than 15 minutes to perform.