How does threading work?
Specifically, the eyebrow treatment involves pulling a cotton thread along unwanted hair in a twisting motion, trapping hair in a mini lasso, and lifting it up and out of the follicle.
Threading can be better than waxing as some people are on a type of medication, chemical peels or retinal creams that thins their skin, are are therefore unable to wax. Threading is suitable for people with extremely sensitive skin, which is a game changer.
It is an ideal hair removal technique because it is natural and precise. Threading can be performed on small areas such as the brows, upper lip, and sides of the face. It is a skill and is difficult to do correctly at home without really good practice. It is an art, best performed by professional technicians.
Benefits of Threading:
- Long-lasting results
- Minimal discomfort compared to other removal methods
- Less irritating
- Extremely precise
- Quick process
- Can be done on very short hair
What is included?
- Lifetime access to online training
- Certificate in Threading
- Ongoing support
Certificate Hours: 60
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