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Old 09-11-2013 at 11:02 AM   #1
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Eyebrow Threading

So does anyone know how to do threading for eyebrows around campus and willing to do it for me for a small fee? If so, comment below with your email or phone number, and I'll contact you.

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Step 1:
-First you will need to cut a piece of sewing thread about 11inches long (if you have big hands/fingers then you might need a longer piece of thread).
-Then tie the thread in a knot to make a loop.

Step 2:
-Insert two fingers from both hands into the loop. Make sure to keep the knot on your fingers to keep it hidden.
-Twist the fingers on one hand to make an 'X'.
-Twist your fingers a few more times in the same direction (about 4 twists should be enough).

Step 3:
-Now, place your index finger and thumb inside the loop
-Keep the fingers of one hand pinched together while you open the fingers of the other hand. This will slide the twisted part of the thread over. This movement is how the thread grips the hair and pulls it out. (kind of like when you rub a rubber band over your arm and it pulls out your hair...actually it hurts like that too when you are removing multiple hairs such as your upper lip).
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