This is my senior kindergarten school photo - and that was my favourite.dress.ever! I am pretty sure I still have it. Looking back at this picture I can see that not much has changed. I still like to rock a head tilt in most pictures (now that I've told you about my 'best move' you will notice it is a trend in most photos I take). Also, the brow enthusiast in me finds it interesting to look back at childhood pictures, before most of our high school 'tweezer happy' days began. It's reassuring to me to know that my eyebrows naturally started quite far apart. Whenever I get the chance to thread eyebrows that have never been shaped before, I try to stay as close to their natural shape as possible. My brows start pretty far apart from one another and I always wondered if it was a classic case of over-tweezing that gave me this shape. But after looking at this picture I can plainly see that the answer is: No - baby was born that way!
Eyebrows are important. I know I've said this before, but I feel it's important enough to be repeated. Don't overlook them. They frame your face and without them we look quite different.
Let me show you just how much...
Never underestimate the power of defined eyebrows. They are largely responsible for framing your face. Eyebrow maintenance is easy to overlook. However, well groomed eyebrows can make a huge difference!
Okay, let me rewind a minute, I'm getting ahead of myself. Some of you might be reading this thinking what is threading? Threading is a method of hair removal that is similar to an epilator. Hair is caught in the thread, twisted, and removed. I taught myself to thread by watching the YouTube video below:
Threading does take a lot of practice. Luckily for me I come from a big family with many women in it who let me practice on them! The method that Eily311 uses in her video is the one that I use, and find very effective for shaping eyebrows. You can also thread other areas of the face as well, if needed.
Here are the reasons why I love threading:
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