History of Threading
Threading is believed to have originated in Turkey. Called khite in Arabic and fatlah in Egypt, it is used for removing hair from the entire face, including the eyebrows, the upper lip, the chin and the cheeks. Beauty clinics in many countries, including India, employ skilled practitioners of this ancient art. Seta’s Secrets threaders have passed this down from generation to generation. They are the best in the country!
How Does it Work?
A cotton thread is pulled along unwanted hair in a twisting motion, to trap hair in a mini lasso, and lifts hair right out of the follicle.
- It’s extremely sanitary. Nothing but the thread touches the skin, and it’s thrown away after use.
- Great for people with ‘trouble’ brows. Threading has this amazing ability to be so concise in the hair that it removes. It’s sworn by people who say they can never get their eyebrows even, despite tweezing, waxing or sugaring.
- No chemicals are applied on the skin. When people have certain circumstances, thinning of the skin or are taking medicines which conflicts with waxing and sugaring, they can still get threading done.
- It’s very fast. Although every technician is different, it takes the person who has threaded my eyebrows two minutes flat, from start to finish.
- Healthier for the skin. Doesn’t result in ingrown hair or cause skin bagging. It lasts longer than other types of temporary hair removal without side effects.