Threading is not just for your eyebrows but for peach fuzz too


Threading is known as a great way to shape brows to a precise finish and as a quick and effective way to remove unwanted peach fuzz.

Cotton thread is twisted over the skin to pluck the hair.

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Unlike tweezing, which can't always grab shorter hairs, threading can remove all hairs from the root at once so they will grow in at the same time.

Threading doesn't pull the skin and no heat or harsh chemicals are used, so it's easier on sensitive and acne prone skin than waxing. The method can give your face a smooth finish for up to six weeks.

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