SUSHI’S EYEBROW THREADING is the place always encourage Organic and Healthy living. So we strictly offer ONLY threading services but NO chemical cosmetic treatments including waxing. All jobs are done by using cotton thread ONLY.
Customer’s satisfaction is first priority for us! We take walk-ins as well as phone appointments. Giving enough time to make sure job has been done right is the key of business. We can fix eyebrows to desired shapes in a few visits.
Besides eyebrow threading, we offer full face threading, upper lip, chin, forehead, sideburn threading as well.
In threading, a thin (cotton or polyester) thread is doubled, then twisted. It is then rolled over areas of unwanted hair, plucking the hair at the follicle level. Unlike tweezing, where single hairs are pulled out one at a time, threading can remove short rows of hair.
Advantages cited for eyebrow threading, as opposed to eyebrow waxing, are that it provides more precise control in shaping eyebrows and is gentler on the skin. It can be painful as several hairs are removed at once: however this can be minimized if it is done correctly. There are a few different techniques for threading. These include the hand method, mouth method and neck. Each technique has advantages and disadvantages; however, the mouth holding method is the fastest and most precise. Threading allows for a more defined and precise shape and can create better definition for eyebrows. It is also used as a method of removing unwanted hair on the entire face and upper lip area. Threading is not a good method for removing hair on arms or legs, as the hair in those regions is typically quite coarse and there is too much to remove.
It is unknown where threading originated first, Central Asia or India. According to one theory, the practice started in India over 6000 years ago and spread throughout Asia, the Middle East, and in recent times Europe Threading for eyebrows is widely practiced in India, Indian women generally have their eyebrows done every few weeks, and threading is also used for full face, upper lip, chin, sideburns and cheeks.
Threading is widely practiced amongst Iranians, but it was originally only done when a woman was getting married or for special occasions. In ancient Persia (Iran), threading was a sign that a girl had reached adulthood Threading is also popular in China and other East Asian countries such as Korea and was only historically done on brides and married women.