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Top 10 Eyebrow Threading venues

  1. Beauty Brow & Lash BarBeauty Brow & Lash Bar

    Beauty Brow & Lash Bar

    6/5 King Street, Prahran 3181
    Rating:
    (85)
    Beauty Brow Lash Bar, one of Melbourne's best lash salons will have you looking your best. Our talented technicians deliver friendly, professional service.
  2. Brow Theory Brow Bar - ArmadaleBrow Theory Brow Bar - Armadale

    Brow Theory Brow Bar - Armadale

    Kings Arcade 974 High Street , Armadale 3143
    Brow Theory Brow Bar uses an ancient threading technique, which originated in India. Providing precise brow shaping, and brow and lash tinting.
  3. Brow Theory Brow Bar - The Strand CityBrow Theory Brow Bar - The Strand City

    Brow Theory Brow Bar - The Strand City

    The Strand Melbourne, 8/250 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne CBD 3000
    Are your eyebrows letting you down? Brow Theory Brow Bar specialises in threading, an ancient technique for removing unwanted facial hair and shaping eyebrows.
  4. Brow Theory Brow Bar - HawthornBrow Theory Brow Bar - Hawthorn

    Brow Theory Brow Bar - Hawthorn

    Troubadour Arcade, 673 Glenferrie Rd, Hawthorn 3122
    Brow Theory Brow Bar - Hawthorn specialise in threading. Define your brow shape using this ancient precise technique, and finish with a brow and lash tint.
  5. Glitzy Glam Beauty SalonGlitzy Glam Beauty Salon

    Glitzy Glam Beauty Salon

    Shop 8/109 Holland Road, Holland Park 4121
    Rating:
    (11)
    Glitzy Glam Beauty Salon is dedicated to your beauty. Her one-stop shop for all beauty needs, offering threading, waxing, facials and nail treatments.
  6. Jolie BrowsJolie Brows

    Jolie Brows

    758 Bourke Street, Docklands 3008
    Rating:
    (2)
    Jolie Brows are experts in brows and lashes. Each client is treated with care, whether they're in for Threading, Eyebrow Shaping and Tinting or Lash Tinting.
  7. Shashi Beauty Salon - CarlingfordShashi Beauty Salon - Carlingford

    Shashi Beauty Salon - Carlingford

    Shop 217, Level 2 (Near Target) Carlingford Court, Carlingford 2118
    Rating:
    (5)
    Shashi Beauty Salon has all your beauty needs covered. Staff are trained in Waxing, Threading, Massage and Spray Tanning to advanced skincare treatments.
  8. Simply Brows and Lashes - South YarraSimply Brows and Lashes - South Yarra

    Simply Brows and Lashes - South Yarra

    4 177 Toorak Road, South Yarra 3141
    Rating:
    (2)
    Simply Brows and Lashes offers an amazing range of lash and brow services, including Eyelash Extensions, Lash Lifts, Tints, Brow Shaping and Cosmetic Tattooing.
  9. Pretty Eyes Threading Bar - Murray BridgePretty Eyes Threading Bar - Murray Bridge

    Pretty Eyes Threading Bar - Murray Bridge

    21 53 South Terrace, Murray Bridge 5253
    Rating:
    (50)
    Book in with Pretty Eyes Threading for full on eye-wow. The talented therapists will thread, tidy and tint your lashes and brows to perfection!
  10. Grace Threading IpswichGrace Threading Ipswich

    Grace Threading Ipswich

    Riverlink Shopping Centre, Cnr of Downs Street & The Terrace, North Ipswich, QLD 4305, North Ipswich 4305
    Grace Threading Ipswich is your port of call for professional Threading, Waxing, Face Treatments, Spray Tans, Eyelash Extensions, and Henna Tattooing.

Eyebrow Threading

Just a few years ago most people would have been quite bewildered by the term 'eyebrow threading'. Yet this amazing hair removal technique has been around for a very long time overseas.

Threading is a great alternative to waxing for fast hair removal and a beautifully shaped brow.

Eastern Origins

Originating from the ancient East eyebrow threading is fascinating to watch. The therapist uses a length of special cotton thread, doubled over and twisted. Holding one end in her mouth, she rolls the thread over your brows to skilfully extract hairs.

Threading is really only suitable for the face and it is perfect for brows due to its accuracy. The therapist can remove lines of hair or even stubborn individual hairs.

Many people choose eyebrow threading over waxing as it is much better for sensitive skin. Our skin tends to get thinner as we get older and waxing can be a bit brutal. Thin skin can often be the result of acne treatment, too.

Long Lasting Results

Evidence also shows that the results of eyebrow threading last longer than waxing, which makes it quite cost-effective. In India and China, however, where eyebrow threading has always been popular, treatment is every three weeks or so.

It's a matter of personal choice, of course, but many people say eyebrow threading is less painful than waxing and doesn't leave your skin as red. The cotton thread is generally antibacterial and most therapists apply a soothing aloe vera gel to the treated area.

It's been suggested that threading is helpful for anti-ageing, too. The technique boosts blood circulation in the treatment area and stimulates collagen production. This helps plump up the skin and remove dark shadows to make you look younger.

Threading removes even the finest hairs so your moisturiser can better penetrate the skin.

Eyebrow Threading for Men and Women

Sometimes referred to as Indian Eyebrow Threading, men and women will find this an effective means of hair removal. It is commonly used by both sexes in India, China and Arabic countries. With no hot wax, razors, chemicals or needles, it's certainly is more relaxing.

The increasing popularity of threading in the Western world all comes down to our search for the perfect brow. From the millions of #brow Instagram posts to DIY YouTube tutorials, we just can't get enough.

Over the centuries we have plucked, waxed, threaded and shaved our brows into every conceivable shape. For a time there, back in Ancient Greece and Rome, it was considered extremely fashionable to have a mono-brow. Not much call for eyebrow threading there!

In the Middle Ages, women removed their eyebrows completely, whilst 18th-century American women made their brows thinker by using mouse skin. In the decades that followed, we've gone from thick to thin and back again over and over again.

It's An Investment

Our brows are one of our most important facial features for defining who we are and expressing emotion. We spend huge amounts of money getting the look right, even turning to eyebrow transplants if we must.

In Australia, we spend around $22 billion a year on our appearance - and that's excluding cosmetic surgery. Queensland tops the list with the biggest bill, whilst Tasmania comes in at the bottom.

More Natural

Eyebrow threading takes some of the pressure off, due to its precision. As it is able to remove even the smallest hair, there is less prickly re-growth in-between. Most women go for treatment every 4 to 5 weeks, pulling out the tweezers for a quick tidy up halfway between.

One of the best things about eyebrow threading is the lack of nasty chemicals. With no wax involved, there are no parabens, dyes or artificial fragrance, nothing that could cause a bad reaction, and you have to be happy with that.