It is important to take care of your eyebrow threading site. Threading is an alternative to plucking and waxing. It requires only a string of twisted thread, and skilled hands to remove unwanted hairs. To remove hair, wrap the string around the hair. This technique is used to shape eyebrows.
A brow-tying service usually takes less than 15 minutes. Full face threading can take as long as 45 minutes. This includes the forehead, upper lip, sides and chin.
Eyebrow threading is bad for your skin?
There are very few side effects to eyebrow threading, as with all beauty treatments. While the procedure is generally painless, there are some side effects that may occur.
This temporary side effect is caused by the hair being removed. It fades naturally within a few hours if not minutes.
This is due to the sensation of threading removing hair. It can manifest as watery eyes, a sneeze, or even a feeling of discomfort. The sensitivity is temporary and will disappear once the threading service has ended.
Tips to Care for Your Eyebrows after Threading
Threading can cause minor skin irritation and redness. It is recommended that you take extra care of the skin immediately after your session. These are some after-threading tips for caring for your skin.
Ice can be used on the threaded areas to reduce redness or puffiness. Apply ice immediately after eyebrow threading in brooklyn, as well as any of the aftercare instructions below.
Rose Water Spritz
Rose water can be sprayed on the affected area or face. Rose water is anti-inflammatory and can reduce redness in irritated skin. The spritz can be used throughout the day to reduce reddening and sensitive skin.
Aloe Vera Cream
The application of cooling gel on the threaded skin is an important step in the Ziba Beauty threading process. This cooling gel contains aloe vera which reduces inflammation and redness. You can also apply an aloe-vera cream at home to soothe your skin.
Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil is one of the recommended skincare products after threading. This may be the best option for you if you prefer oils to creams or face sprays. However, tea tree oil reduces inflammation and encourages skin healing.
Hydrate your skin as often as you can. Use a moisturizer without alcohol or perfume as part of your beauty routine. They can irritate your skin and slow down healing.
Do not exfoliate
Proper exfoliation in beauty routines is essential to remove dead skin cells and reveal new skin. To avoid irritation, we recommend that you do not exfoliate for at least 24 hours following your threading procedure.
Avoid the Sun
Sun rashes can occur naturally in many people. This causes a reddened, itchy skin that reacts to sunlight. Avoid direct sunlight to avoid further irritation of your skin.
We recommend that you use sunscreen at least 30 SPF in your beauty routine. This is especially important for the days following your threading procedure. This will provide protection from harmful UV rays, which can cause skin irritation.