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** How to Thread Your Eyebrows **

Tired of clumsily plucking with tweezers or damaging the fragile skin
around your eye with wax? The alternative is threading, an extremely old
skill that involves using a piece of thread to remove the hair from your
eyebrows or elsewhere. While it takes a little practice, all you need to
get started is a length of thread!



1. Gather the materials Step 1 1Gather the materials Step 1 1.jpg1
*Gather the materials listed in the Things You'll Need section below.* All
you really need is a piece of thread, but you may wish to draw in your
desired eyebrow shape with a pencil or numb the area with some ice or cold
2. Tie the ends together Step 2Tie the ends together Step 2.jpg2
*Tie the ends of the thread together so they form a circle.* Snip off any
extra thread beyond the knot in the thread.
3. Hold the section of the thread Step 3Hold the section of the thread Step
3.jpg3Edit step
*Hold the section of the thread with the knot in one hand, and hold the
opposite section with your other hand.*
4. Twist the hand without the knot Step 4Twist


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