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  • Nicky Salon Hair Removal By Threading

How Threading Works


The practitioner holds one end of the cotton thread in his or her teeth and the other in the left hand. The middle is looped through the index and middle fingers of the right hand. The practitioner then uses the loop to trap a series of unwanted hairs and pull them from the root. There are also devices made that can hold the thread during the procedure. It is more precise than waxing or tweezing because it can remove as little as one hair or as many as is required.

How it works

The practitioner holds one end of the cotton thread in his or her teeth and the other in the left hand. The middle is looped through the index and middle fingers of the right hand.

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How often?

Depending on your hair type anywhere between 3 - 4 weeks. Many clients claim that regular threading results in a finer hair growth.

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History Of Threading

Threading is beginning to gain popularity in the UK, however this technique has been around for thousands of years.

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Nicky's Eyebrow Top Tips

  • If your eyebrows are too thin in areas, use castor oil or Vaseline petroleum jelly to help them grow.
  • You may find in the summer, your eyebrows will grow faster. This is because your pores open with the heat and you may find you need to thread them more often.
  • Do not tweeze your eyebrows as this disturbs the growth of your hairs and may cause in-grown hairs. After only a few threading sessions you will notice healthier and stronger brows.
  • Do not alter the length of your brows as this spoils your natural beauty and natural contour of your face and eyes.