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Eyebrow Threading

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#1 loveangel0610

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    Posted 08 August 2008 - 11:44 PM

    Omg my mom just got her eyebrows threaded and they look great. I can't wait to get mine done. I just got mine waxed last week so I'm going to let them grow in a little bit and get mine threaded too. My mom said it wasn't painful at all. I hope she was telling the truth because I hate the pain of waxing. I swear atleast one tear falls each time (I'm such a big baby lol). Have any of you ladies had an eyebrow threading experience?

    #2 MaryS

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      Posted 09 August 2008 - 12:06 AM

      I got mine done recently. It is so clean they don't have to do much twezzing in the end like with waxing. It hurt me a little bit when it is done towards the middle of your lid only because that skin is so thin. You will love the look!

      #3 MarieSam

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        Posted 09 August 2008 - 01:15 AM

        I've been getting my eyebrows threaded for close to about 10 years now. In fact I just got them done last week! Generally I try to get them threaded about once a month or until I start looking like Oscar the Grouch, tee hee.

        Threading is great, the look is so clean and even after all these years I'm still in awe as to how precise it is. The first time I got em done it hurt a little just because I didn't know what to expect. But after one session you should be good to go. It's a very popular method where I live (Cerritos, Cali), which is close to a strip that features mostly Indian retailers and restaurants. Great eyebrows for $5.99, hey you can't beat that!!!

        #4 Jennifer Davis

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          Posted 09 August 2008 - 08:23 AM

          Threading works much better than waxing and lasts longer. It's a pinch more painful than waxing but so worth it.

          #5 Sandra E.

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            Posted 09 August 2008 - 08:34 AM

            I do think threading works better than waxing, but for me it was so painful. Maybe because when I did it I got my whole face done, but it hurt like a MOFO. I left there looking like a tomatoe, but I really liked the results.

            #6 FLgator

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              Posted 09 August 2008 - 08:41 AM

              I started getting my eyebrows threaded a couple of years ago. I think it is pretty painful, especially the first time! It seems like the more often you do it the less painful it is. I don't do it that often, but when I do it forces me to tear no matter how hard I try not to. I still like the results better than waxing, so the pain is worth it to me. Good luck!

              #7 Kathie

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                Posted 09 August 2008 - 09:30 AM

                I haven't had it done but a friend of mine has it done. She said she feels no pain whatsoever.

                #8 Mrs.T 2010

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                  Posted 09 August 2008 - 10:12 AM

                  one of my friends swears by this - she says it hurts way less than waxing. good luck!

                  #9 Mylee84

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                    Posted 09 August 2008 - 10:14 AM

                    for me threading was SO VERY PAINFUL!! but they looked great! maybe im just a bit of a baby!!

                    #10 Davematthews16

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                      Posted 09 August 2008 - 11:02 AM

                      Ummmm...I feel like a dork but, what is eyebrow threading?

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