The Difference Between Threading and Waxing – Something That Matters


In an age, when the Cara-esque bushy brows are the darling, reigning supreme and drawing all the spotlights of the glamour world, you do not want to be caught off guard, with a mere tweezer pair, committing the most embarrassing faux pas of all – the old-fashioned plucking!


So here you are, the odd one out, fiddling with various alternatives, that might help you join the major league of the fashion world. So, what is, after all, the alternative?


Well a pro-treatment, which will reshape and redefine your eyebrows whilst turning them into a couple of sheer beauties, making the most of the natural fluff that you have, might be the best answer. So that’s what they call waxing or threading.



Here you are, standing in front that eternal dilemma, pondering over which one to opt for – threading or waxing? Or more so, what is really involved in waxing and threading? You need to have a clear answer to this question to take the final call.




Visit the salons of Adelaide that offers waxing service, and you will have the answers. The art of waxing is all about thinly applying warm wax to the hairs to be removed, with the help of a spatula, which is generally made up of wood.


Once done a paper strip is then directly applied over the area that has been covered with wax. Then a gentle to moderate pressure is exerted on the area. This ensures that the hairs of the area stick to the paper strip. The strip is then removed by pulling it off in a flash. This force pulls the hair stuck to a paper out of their root.


Is it painful? Well, not really, but you will surely feel that sudden pricking sensation as the paper is pulled in a flash.




It is an ancient technique of removing hair. Since it was innovated in Asia ages back, its popularity has only risen by leaps and bound. In this technique, the skin is at first sanitised. This is needed for preparing the skin, after which the eyebrow threading experts of Canberra carry out an in-depth consultation for finalising on the right thickness as well as shape.


With the eyes closed, the skin above the eyes is held tight for proper support. Then the professional will twist in his or her hand a piece of thread, with a coat of antibacterial wax in such a way that a minis-lasso is created. With the help of this lasso, the hairs are directly and quick;y removed from their follicles. Once done, the existing hairs are trimmed to provide the brow with a neat and definite shape.





Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *