Eyebrow threading is a hair removal technique that has been practiced for centuries in various cultures, particularly in the Middle East, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. Threading involves using a piece of thread, usually made of cotton or polyester, to remove unwanted hair from the eyebrows and other areas of the face.

The process involves twisting the thread to create a loop, which is then used to trap and pull out individual hairs. A skilled technician can use threading to create precise shapes and clean lines, making it a popular choice for eyebrow shaping. Threading is also considered to be a gentler and more precise alternative to other methods of hair removal, such as waxing or plucking.


Threading is generally safe for most people, but it may not be suitable for those with very sensitive skin or certain medical conditions. It’s important to choose a reputable and experienced technician who uses clean and sterilized equipment to minimize the risk of infection or other complications.