Beautifully shaped eyebrows can help brighten your face dramatically. However, even the best brows need proper maintenance. Choosing the most suitable service technique can be tricky, so what is your favourite and why?
And I'll bet they're beautiful. I used to have them waxed, but my eczema put an end to that. Then I had them tweezered. Now they don't seem to grow at all. Must be old age. Just as well the last time they were done I was left with a pleasing shape that complemented my eyes and face in general. There is nothing worse than brows which leave a perpetual look of utter surpise on a face. It is so aging and can look ridiculous. I shall now go and Google 'threading'.
I am a beautician and there is no way you can have a professional shape by either waxing or threading.tweezers is the best art that is if you know what you are doing.A great eyebrow shape is so important in order to give your face a great definition and tweezers are the way to go professionally
always have tweezed, but would like to get them waxed. Mainly to get all the hairs and have that really clean feeling. And as I get older its harder to juggle the spectacles and tweeze at the same time, and often I miss the fine hairs!!! need a treat and have someone else do them these day and waxing seems the way to go when I get a minute...
While waxing and plucking can often leave unwanted stray hairs around your eyebrows, a threading artist goes through your hair row by row, giving eyebrows a clean and defined shape. Threading only removes hair, not skin, and because it is so exact, it can remove hairs that are finer than those that can be removed by waxing or plucking.