We’ll level with you. Depending on your tolerance, it’s admittedly painful but bearable, especially if you do it frequently. Let’s say four to five weeks. The longer you wait in-between appointments, the more it’d hurt because they’d be longer and thicker with more strands to pluck.
It’s not really your call. You can specify what you want to a certain point but the professional would be relying on your natural shape. Instead of asking your preference, they’d most likely just get down to working. Think of it as simply enhancing your beauty, rather than changing how you look. Relax. Like we said, they’re professionals.
It’s easy! Just use a pair of tweezers and pluck the hair that grows outside the borders. It’s a beauty hack that will save you cash by lengthening the time needed in between threading sessions. When in doubt, though, best to wait for the next time you visit the salon.
Threading sometimes triggers reactions from your body such as a tear or more flowing from the pain, redness, and sneezing. How badly are these, you ask? It’s really case-to-case. Sneezing eventually calms down enough so your therapist can go on threading.
You’ll definitely be offered aloe vera gel afterwards. Always accept it to soothe your skin, and lessen the redness faster. Some would also volunteer to fill in your brows but definitely avoid applying concealer or other makeup products on/near the threaded area. Other places would give you a head massage afterwards.
We wouldn’t recommend it if we didn’t think it was worth the time, money and pain. Can’t wait to see those on fleek brows!