Threading is one of the most ancient forms of hair removal that has begun to take the West by storm. The precise results, fast hair removal time, and benefits over other hair removal methods have made it ideal for shaping eyebrows, removing unwanted facial hair, and much, much more. Threading is done using a length of cotton thread that is twisted and crossed to target and remove large portions of hair at once by trapping the hairs between the pieces of thread, pulling it out swiftly from the follicle.
Threading can be a wonderful alternative for shaving and waxing, both of which can cause skin irritation in sensitive areas. For those who prefer not to wax their eyebrows, threading is faster and more efficient than plucking alone.
In this course, threading expert Saira Soleri teaches viewers how to master threading. From carefully going over the fundamentals step by step-by-step to demonstrating on different areas of the body, she covers everything a beginner would need to know, as well as some advanced techniques for those who have already learned some things about this ancient hair removal method.
Watch as Saira Soleri demonstrates threading on the face, eyebrows, ears, arms, and feet. Learn all of the most helpful techniques and best practices, as well as the benefits of threading and contraindications to determine if a clients hair removal needs are best met with this method. Saira also instructs viewers about the best tools and how to use them. Give your clients the perfect brows and the expert hair removal that they are seeking!
In this DVD, you will learn:
- The history of threading
- Thread-twisting techniques
- Threading facial hair
- Shaping eyebrows
- Threading body hair
- Benefits of threading
- Advantages over other hair removal methods
- Hair types that are more difficult to work with
- How to hold the thread against the skin
- Common threading mistakes
- Threading on sensitive areas
- Tips for threading male clients
- Consulting with clients
- Marketing your threading services
- The impact of threading on hair growth
- Sanitation best-practices
The step-by-step demonstrations are detailed and very easy to follow.