Removal of eyebrow and facial hair by ‘threading’ has gained popularity worldwide. Threading is an ancient Eastern method of removing unwanted facial and eyebrow hair by a technique whereby one end of a cotton thread is held in the mouth of the technician and the other end looped around individual hair shafts, which are then pulled out. This is repeated in quick, successive movements. In India, this is used extensively for shaping and removing eyebrow hair. Threading now enjoys immense popularity with women worldwide, irrespective of race or colour, and is an accepted method for removing eyebrow hair and shaping the eyebrows. However, this popular cosmetic procedure has some significant dermatological side-effects and is not familiar to many dermatologists. To our knowledge, this is the first report of verrucae occurring in threaded eyebrows. Other complications include erythema, folliculitis, pseudofolliculitis, hyperpigmentation, and depigmentation, including koebnerization of vitiligo. This report should alert dermatologists to the possible complications that may arise from this popular aesthetic epilatory procedure.
In human anatomy, the forehead is an area of the head bounded by three features, two of the skull and one of the scalp. The top of the forehead is marked by the hairline, the edge of the area where hair on the scalp grows. The bottom of the forehead is marked by the supraorbital ridge, the bone feature of the skull above the eyes. The two sides of the forehead are marked by the temporal ridge, a bone feature that links the supraorbital ridge to the coronal suture line and beyond.
Putting your best face forward is easier when your forehead is hairless. While hair on the face is fully acceptable for women, most people want to pull the plug on any fuzz or stray hairs on the forehead. Some opt to have a beautician perform a procedure called threading every few weeks, remove the hair through threading. The result is a smooth forehead and hairline that keeps you looking well-groomed and feeling confident.
Women don’t want all that hair in places other than on their head! With either heredity or age, the ladies are bound to get a moustache on their upper lip and it’s never ever welcomed. First there was shaving, and then came the plethora of creams, lotions and potions to remove hair, then there was waxing, and even electrolysis. Now gals, there’s yet another method you may choose to rid that unwanted stache on your upper lip. It’s called Threading.
Getting rid of hair on the upper lip is extremely annoying. If you get it waxed, you need for it to grow a certain length before you can wax it again. If you get it threaded at the parlor, you wait until there is a slight green shadow before visiting the parlor again. Bleach isn’t very good for the skin and it leaves the hair lighter but not completely invisible. And hair removal cream doesn’t remove the hair from the root, causing hair to grow back thicker.
The best method of hair removal from the upper lip is threading. You don’t have to wait for hair to grow a certain length threading removes the tiniest and finest hair right from the root. Tweezing does the same as well, but tweezing is more painful, more time consuming, and tends to leave in-growths.
When I’m talking to a woman and she asks me what I do for a living, she’ll usually lower her tone to ask about how to get rid of her facial hair, especially on her chin. But the problem doesn’t end there. Many times women struggle with at least some of the chin hair being really thick. And depending on how it’s being removed, often this hair will grow back into the skin.
Chin Threading Perfect for all hair and skin types, and visits to the salon aren’t a problem
using a string to pull out your chin hair that is. If you can feel the hair, those experienced in this ancient craft can remove it quicker than you can think about where else you want to be fuzz-free.
Other pros is that it’s extremely sanitary and doesn’t use any chemicals, since the only thing touching your skin is string.
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