How is it different from Eyebrow Tinting or Eyebrow Waxing?
Eyebrow Threading Dallas
Do all these leave your head spinning?
Eyebrow Threading Dallas. Are all these the same? Well, no.
Nowadays there is so much that we can do with our eyebrows! Eyebrow Tinting, plucking, waxing, tattooing, trimming, Microblading, ombre the list goes on and on. What’s the difference?! Is anyone confused yet? How do we choose? Well, firstly you need to understand the purpose of each service. A service that is somewhat confusing to many is Threading.
What is Eyebrow Threading? Threading uses twine twisted firmly together to pull out hair in a lined format. This service is used for eyebrow grooming and also removing unwanted facial hair. Threading has become popular in Western countries only recently but has been around the world for decades originating from Central Asia. Once a niche service, Threading has gained popularity throughout the last decade as eyebrow grooming and shaping routines have been growing around Western cultures.
Is Eyebrow Threading Dallas for just women? Absolutely not! Men are becoming increasingly interested in their own eyebrow game. Since Eyebrow Threading yanks out groups or lines of hairs, it is a great deal quicker than plucking and therefore more appealing. Eyebrow Threading takes much less time than tweezing, thus, needing to endure the pain for a reduced time making the service much more attractive and time constraint worthy. Additionally, you have a professional at your service and are less likely to have the tweezers run away without you and get out of control. I think we have all had a runaway tweezer incident in our past while addressing our eyebrows!
The question on everybody’s lips all the time when it comes to services such as these is… does it hurt? Yup. It hurts. It does seem like in this situation it is no pain no gain. It feels like you are being massaged with the edge of a rusty open tin can. Quite uncomfortable, but it’s short lasting. Hairs can be pulled out neatly in one row helping define a shape and creating better arches. But this is only for the hairy people… is Eyebrow Threading Dallas right for you if you if you don’t have much hair? The answer is no. You need a service where hairs are added not removed. The most applicable service for adding hair on a semi-permanent basis is Microblading.
Microblading is a whole different ball game to Threading. It is a service that creates a reversal for the client who has engaged in too much Eyebrow Threading, eyebrow waxing, eyebrow tweezing over the years and done irreversible damage to the hair follicles. Microblading isn’t a removal technique, it actually adds in lost hairs. By adding in, what we mean is mimic. Microblading is essentially a tattoo that is deposited high up in the Epidermis (shallower) than a regular body tattoo. It is also known as 3d Eyebrow Tattooing, Feather Touch Tattooing or Feather-lines. Microblading is only two dimensional and flat, but the artistic part of it mimics depth causing it to look ultimately three dimensional. That depth is created by using the void of your skin to show space in between tattooed or Microblade eyebrow strands. This creates the illusion of depth thus mimicking the look of a full bushy eyebrow. Old permanent makeup treatments of the past do not do this, merely only drawing on one block color, by coloring in space. The results of Microblading versus linear permanent makeup is staggering. There is no contest between the two. Microblading results blow any other eyebrow treatment out of the water. There is no comparison. Eyebrows go from barely there to full in just a few hours and can completely change the face of a client.
Microblading is creating quite the impact on brows across America and has become a massive movement. Originally from Europe, Microblading has become all the rage. Large, thick and full like Brook Shields’ eyebrow has become quite popular for women (and men) across America. It is causing many to re-think their eyebrow game. Isn’t it funny how things change? The sixties was about shaving them off and drawing them back. The seventies was about the thin Twiggy brow; the eighties was about thick eyebrows, high arches and then the nineties again back to thin with high arches with thanks to Kate Moss and the Heroine chick eyebrow look. Over the past decades, the full brow has been making a comeback year by year getting darker and thicker. At some point, it’s going to take up our whole forehead.
Regardless of the eyebrow dream, Microblading can support almost any need. Thicker, fuller and more defined eyebrows for everyone.