Iklbug: Very helpful demonstration, detail-oriented and I definitely needed it. Thanks for the tutorial!
Eldora Phoenix: just started doing this ^_^! now I'm not sure if I'm doing it correctly or not but is there a way to prevent your fingers from hurting?
ayanna mcclure: Thanks,,,I'm going to try this
Trish woodward: Thanks, you're video is one of the better tutorials. Can see the thread well!
Darsh's Bites: it takes time you wont get it in just one go - it took me a few month. as scary as it sounds - you have to try it on yourself or someone haha that i think is the easiest way. Just practise the loop first, moving the twist from side to side. once you think you have control, try the inner part of your brows (1 hair at a time) then u'll be a pro!
N Khan: I have been watching the video, it does seem very usefull but i cant get the hang of treading. Whenever i try no hair come out. Is is something i a doing wrong please help
Darsh's Bites: that's because I didn't tell you the name :) It is cotton thread (as other thread has elastic in it so that could break the hair rather than taking the root out).
Just a thick cotton thread will suffice - make sure that when you buy it doesn't break on the first tug.
When I started i just used normal sewing thread - that is quite good too- I had many comments that it hurts much less so long as your technique is ok.
Kristie Hodges: What was the thread you used again i didn't catch the name..
Hailey Nelson: I love you so much right now!
Darsh's Bites: nope - grows back thinner! that's the best part! I hardly do my eyebrows now cause the shape just retains and hair stops growing as much :)
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