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Top Eyebrow Threading picks in Brisbane

  1. Grace Threading IpswichGrace Threading Ipswich
    Riverlink Shopping Centre, Cnr of Downs Street & The Terrace, North Ipswich, QLD 4305, North Ipswich 4305
  2. Grace Threading Redbank PlazaGrace Threading Redbank Plaza
    1 Collingwood Dr, Redbank QLD 4301, Australia, Redbank 4301
  3. Grace Threading StrathpineGrace Threading Strathpine
    295 Gympie Rd, Strathpine QLD 4500, Australia, Strathpine 4500
  4. Grace Threading Browns PlainsGrace Threading Browns Plains
    27/49 Browns Plains Rd, Browns Plains QLD 4118, Australia, Browns Plains 4118
  5. Grace Threading Myer Centre CBDGrace Threading Myer Centre CBD
    Kiosk 201/91 Queen St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia, Brisbane CBD 4000
  6. Kalon BeautKalon Beaut
    17 Dennis Road, Springwood 4127
  7. Kat McAndrew Makeup and BrowsKat McAndrew Makeup and Brows
    12 78 Ernest Street, Manly 4179
  8. Rimi Beauty and ThreadingRimi Beauty and Threading
    19/400 Stafford Road, Stafford 4053
  9. Glitzy Glam Beauty SalonGlitzy Glam Beauty Salon
    Shop 8/109 Holland Road, Holland Park 4121
  10. Isha's Brows and Beauty Isha's Brows and Beauty
    259-263 Loganlea Road, Meadowbrook 4131
  11. Grace Hair & Beauty SalonGrace Hair & Beauty Salon
    3/958 Kingston Rd, Waterford West 4133
  12. Total Bliss Health and BeautyTotal Bliss Health and Beauty
    586 Stanley Street, Woolloongabba 4102
  13. Anjeleen's Natural Medicine Clinic and Wellness Spa Anjeleen's Natural Medicine Clinic and Wellness Spa
    Ground Floor, 104 Dawson Road, Upper Mount Gravatt 4122
  14. Aspyn Brows - StaffordAspyn Brows - Stafford
    Shop K6, 400 Stafford Road , Stafford 4053

Eyebrow Threading in Brisbane

So, you've heard of eyebrow threading and you think it has something to do with hair removal, but you're not really sure. Must be really new, right?

Actually no. Threading has been around for centuries. Like many of our modern beauty treatments, threading has its roots in ancient Eastern tradition. It probably began in India around 6000 years ago and then spread through Asia and the Middle East.

Facial Hair Removal

It is still the main method for facial hair removal in India, China and Arabic countries. Most women have their eyebrows threaded every three weeks, and the method is also used to remove hair from the chin or upper lip.

The art of threading is quite technical. The therapist takes two, long entwined pieces of thread and rolls them over the area to be treated. The thread wraps around the unwanted hairs and pull them out.

Less Pain, More Gain

Whilst this may sound painful, it is actually a lot more comfortable than waxing or using tweezers - especially if you have sensitive skin. It is also extremely accurate, which is why it is perfect for eyebrows.

With no hot wax, chemicals, razors or needles, it is very gentle on the skin with no real side-effects. It can be used to remove individual hairs or a line of hair. The effect lasts three to four weeks.

For obvious reasons, this method of hair removal is really only suitable for the face. Imagine trying to de-fuzz your entire body with two pieces of thread!

The Brow Obsession

Threading is just part of our modern day obsession with achieving the perfect brow. There are more than three million Instagram posts with #brows and over half a million YouTube tutorials. That's quite a change to the 90s, when we almost plucked our eyebrows into oblivion.

Even though bushier brows are back, they need ongoing care and attention to keep them perfect, and threading could be your best shot.