Eyebrows are such an essential part of your face, maintenance and grooming can make such a difference to how they accentuate and frame the top half of your face. There are many methods to achieve your desired look, one of the most popular options being eyebrow waxing which can last up to 6 weeks depending on the speed of hair growth. However, which epilation process is actually more beneficial and better for the skin?
Eyebrow waxing requires the application of warm or cold wax to the intended hair removal area. Once the wax has been applied a strip is placed over the area, applying gentle pressure to the wax. After a few moments, the paper is quickly removed pulling out the unwanted hairs directly from the root.
Waxing is a much quicker process than threading or plucking the brows individually, so if you’re in need of a quick solution for unwanted hairs, waxing may be a great choice. Dead skin cells are often removed during the process, in turn creating smoother results.
Regular waxing can also result in hairs growing back finer and softer, making them easier to remove and less visible.