In a world where bold brows rule, you don’t want to lag behind with over threaded, stick thin brows! When brow gurus like Cara Delevingne and Lily Collins sport strong and healthy brows, don’t you want to make a statement with luscious brows as well? If you are stumped on what’s hampering your brow growth, let us guide you.
We all are guilty of over threading our brows at some point in life. It’s an absolute dread when you set out to merely tidy up your eyebrows and end up with a thread like structures instead. To solve all your eyebrow threading woes, steer clear of these 4 disastrous mistakes that might be an obstacle in achieving ‘eyebrows on fleek’!
Okay, so who all is guilty of OTD (Over threading syndrome)? Ladies, do not thread your brows every day! We know it’s tempting, but avoid this practice to let your brow hair grow. Only pluck out stray strands of hair with tweezers instead of threading way too often. OTD might leave you with thin lines and push you further away from your dream of getting fuller brows.
While threading, we often tend to dismiss the natural shape of our brows. This can result in poorly shaped eyebrows or worse! Try to use your natural brow shape as a guideline and follow this while threading. You need to understand that your natural eyebrow is a certain shape to suit your face structure and tampering with it might not look too pretty. Sigh.
OH BOY! If you are used to threading under the sunlight without a mirror, you are incurring a serious risk for your brows. No matter how expert you are in this process, you will inevitably end up threading a wrong part, disrupting the ideal shape and appearance of your brows.
We understand threading to achieve the perfect set of brows is exciting, but please go easy during the process! Using a heavy hand can not only severely pinch your skin, it can cause you to remove hair you had not intended to eliminate. Threading requires extreme precision so be careful when trying it.
Next time you take out your threading kit, keep in mind these 4 mistakes to avoid for the safety of your skin and brows!