Ancient Meets Modern

Threading is an ancient method of temporary hair removal, performed by twisting a cotton thread removing unwanted hair from the root. Threading is also appropriate for all skin types without causing any kind of irritation.

What parts of your body can you get threaded?

Threading can be done on any part of your face. The most common hair that’s threaded is the eyebrows but you can also thread your chin, upper lip, forehead, neck, middle brow, and the sides of your face.

How long does it last?

Hair regrowth can vary from person to person but it normally lasts around two to three weeks. Since threading removes hair from the root like waxing, it lasts just as long.