The art of Eyebrow Threading is an extremely old delight technique. It involves removing hair with thread. Some say it began in the Middle East, others think it started in India. In any case, it's a pretty cool idea, but a little tricky to master.
So, I hope this Intractable will help you figuring out how to thread eyebrows....
First, it’s best to trim long eyebrow hairs. It’s what many professional makeup artists do because, like a good hairstyle, forehead preparing has the effect of quick refining facial features.
• Take a piece of high-cotton sewing thread about as long as your forearm and attach it to form a loop. Cut off loose ends.
• Hold one section of the loop while twisting it 12 to 15 times with the other hand.
• Manipulate the loop’s center twist back and forth by increasing and decreasing the distance between your thumbs and forefingers.
When you are done, fill eyebrows with a cosmetic pencil or brow powder.
That’s all there is to threading!! It’s a very simple process, but requires a lifetime of perfecting. The hard part about learning to thread your own eyebrows is not threading, it's SHAPING your eyebrows. In our Miracle Beauty Salon, the professional beautician shapes your eyebrows one by one.