Threading is an ancient method of hair removal. It is popular in Indian and Persian cultures where it is called
Bande Abru ("Abru" means eyebrow and "Band" is the thread). Threading the entire face is widely spread
amongst Iranians, but it was originally practiced when a woman was getting married or during special
occasions, in ancient Persia, threading was a sign that a girl had reached adulthood and become a woman. It
has also gained popularity in Western countries.
Practitioners use a pure, thin, twisted cotton thread which is rolled over untidy hairlines, upper lip and so on, plucking the hair at the follicle level.
Those wishing to achieve definition, accuracy and especially great for those with a natural arch in the brows. Threading is more likely than waxing to remove the root of the hair which could mean longer lasting hair loss.
Contact Beauty at The Bankside Health Club directly on 0207 633 0441
Or visit us and ask about Threading at 110 Southwark Street, SE1 0SU