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Does eyebrow threading hurt?

  1. scoop profile image84
    scoopposted 5 years ago

    Does eyebrow threading hurt?

  2. LilaDaley profile image61
    LilaDaleyposted 5 years ago

    It hurts at first but after a bit you don't feel it. I have my brows threaded often as they grow quickly. I think its worth it plus your skin doesn't react to it like it does waxing.

  3. theswankylady profile image61
    theswankyladyposted 5 years ago

    If you watch it on you tube you can see it doesn't look painful. What I'm worried about is how much the stretch the skin around the eyebrows and eyelids to get around the area. This stretching is good for women long term. It will lead to a lot of sagging and wrinkling.

  4. daisydayz profile image88
    daisydayzposted 5 years ago

    Yes like hell! lol! Then you start to get numb and its not so bad. I would recommend it though as mine have never been so perfectly shaped and they kept for longer then plucking or waxing!

  5. EuroNinila profile image86
    EuroNinilaposted 5 years ago

    It hurts but very little, and as you keep doing it, you get used to it.  It's so fast too that you forget it even hurt after a minute.

    And about the stretching, I wouldn't worry too much.  There are face exercises that supposedly minimize or prevent wrinkles, and those face exercises require you to move face muscles so I doubt stretching will do bad.  Indian woman thread and many older woman still look so beautiful and young.

  6. livingsta profile image94
    livingstaposted 5 years ago

    Yes a little bit ! But it is bearable smile I did it for the first time last month !

  7. utsav-fashion profile image58
    utsav-fashionposted 5 years ago

    Threading is great! The pain level is about the same as waxing, the difference being that with waxing the pain is over in a second when the strip gets ripped off but with threading it lasts a bit longer as the thread winds along the brow. It leaves a much cleaner arch and lasts longer than waxing.

  8. profile image0
    Delila1posted 5 years ago

    Hardly and one feels less pain with time. Of course everyone has a different pain thresh hold.

 
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