If there is one as­pect of your beauty regime that you should al­ways stick to it’s tam­ing those brows, says Deborah Pritchard

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It re­ally is all about the brows at the mo­ment

From slen­der brows to the fash­ion-fu­elled thicker looks, when it comes to chang­ing up your beauty regime, a well-groomed brow will frame your face, lift your fea­tures and in­stantly give you a boost.

One of the sim­plest ways to en­hance the nat­u­ral shape of your brows is by wax­ing or thread­ing. Both of­fer a pro­fes­sional treat­ment that shapes and de­fines your eye­brows whilst mak­ing the most of the nat­u­ral curve of your brow. Both treatments are of­fered by Sana at the Sana Brow Stu­dio at Jar­rold. Sana is ex­pe­ri­enced at both wax­ing and thread­ing and also of­fers treatments such as eye­brow tint­ing and eye­lash ex­ten­sions so you can re­ally make the most of your eyes.

One of the many ques­tions we are asked in the Beauty Hall is what is the dif­fer­ence be­tween wax­ing and thread­ing – so here is my guide to each treat­ment:

Wax­ing is when warm wax is ap­plied to the hairs that will be re­moved. A pa­per strip is then ap­plied over the top of the wax and then the pa­per is gen­tly and swiftly pulled away, pulling the hairs out di­rectly from the root.

Thread­ing is an an­cient Asian hair re­moval tech­nique that uses a piece of thread coated with anti-bac­te­rial wax. The thread is twisted to cre­ate a mini lasso which quickly re­moves the hairs di­rectly from the fol­li­cles.

While wax­ing is less painful, it can be less ac­cu­rate than when thread­ing and it is also not rec­om­mended for anyone with sen­si­tive skin. Thread­ing is less harsh on the skin but it can be painful de­pend­ing on your pain thresh­old.

Both mean that you will save time on tweez­ing as there is no need to pluck be­tween ap­point­ments if you book ev­ery five to six weeks.

Ei­ther way, in­vest­ing in hav­ing your eye­brows shaped can help you get the brows you have al­ways wished for.

Find out more by call­ing 01603 697132 or visit the Jar­rold Beauty Hall, ground floor. This col­umn is spon­sored by Jar­rold, Nor­wich.

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ABOVE: thread­ing is a sim­ple way to en­hance the nat­u­ral shape of your brows

BE­LOW: Sana from the Sana Brow Stu­dio at Jar­rold

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