Best Eyebrow Threading in Australia
We take the pride of being the specialists of advanced eyebrow threading services in Adelaide, Canberra and Darwin regions. Threading is a high level technique of hair removal, so we always ensure that our staff are carefully recruited, professionally trained and pass our extensive skill tests before threading our customers. Eyebrow Threading in Canberra, Darwin and Adelaide involves little contact to your skin, so it is suitable for anyone who is sensitive to other hair removal methods. A twisted cotton thread is used to remove the hair from the follicle without damaging any layers of your skin, creating a cleaner and more precise brow shape. The result can last up to 4 weeks so there’s no more need for your tweezers… Simple leave your brow maintenance up to our experts.
Benefits of threading include
- Eyebrow threading is the best technique used to achieve a natural eyebrow shape to suit your face.
- Threading will bring you a more precise brow look since the technique targets individual hairs.
- Threading generally is less painful than waxing or tweezing, resulting in less skin irritation.
- Threading is 100% natural and hygienic. The cotton will be used once and disposed of after each use.
- Results can last up to 4 weeks (depending on individual hair growth) Threading gently targets individual hairs and so does not affect the top layers of the skin.
Our Face threading service is also available at BROWZ & BEAUTY. With a variety of packages to remove hair from different parts of your face such as upper lip, chin, sides, neck, forehead or you can even go for an extra level of smoothness with a full face threading—creating the perfect blank canvas for makeup.
Brow threading origin?
Threading is a method of hair removal believed to have originated in Iran, India, Central Asia. In recent years, it has gained popularity in the Western countries, especially with a cosmetic application (particularly for shaping eyebrows). Dependant on the threading artist’s heritage and training, they may have slightly different methods, as the practice differs a little bit from country to country.