Eyebrow Threading is an increasingly popular method of achieving sharp, defined Brow lines, and with good reason - it involves no waxes, lotions or chemicals.
Though difficult to truly locate it origination, Eyebrow Threading was initially very popular in the Middle East and India, which then spread to Western Europeans. Hundreds of years young, this technique is now available to the Ottoman3 Guest.
Though anyone can learn the technique, there are a select few who can actually master it. Many variables come into making a Brow Artist the best in the country, including the method of holding the thread, placing it and the all important accurately measuring the area to ensure close symmetry in shaping the Brow. This takes years to master.
Eyebrow Threading starts with a piece of antibacterial cotton thread, which is twisted at the middle a number of times. The twist creates two loops at each end, which is how the thread is held, and the length of twisted thread is what pulls the hair from the skin.
Although part of the thread is held in the Brow Artist's mouth, this never moves and cannot touch the client. This thread is also broken and replaced with a new piece multiple times during each service.