If there is one aspect of your beauty regime that you should always stick to it’s taming those brows, says Deborah Pritchard
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.
ABOVE: threading is a simple way to enhance the natural shape of your brows
BELOW: Sana from the Sana Brow Studio at Jarrold