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post #31 of 41
It's been eons since I experienced waxing. I haven't had my brows plucked or waxed in over 20 years. I'd never heard of threading or sugaring until I read this thread.

I used to have beautiful thick eyebrows, but in my 20's, thin brows were in, and I plucked a bunch out. They never grew back. I'd love to have them grow back.
post #32 of 41
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Originally Posted by Sprocket View Post
It's been eons since I experienced waxing. I haven't had my brows plucked or waxed in over 20 years. I'd never heard of threading or sugaring until I read this thread.

I used to have beautiful thick eyebrows, but in my 20's, thin brows were in, and I plucked a bunch out. They never grew back. I'd love to have them grow back.
You can go out and buy some Rogaine and apply it CAREFULLY to the places you'd like it to grow back with a Q-Tip. Don't let it drip.
post #33 of 41
I have never heard of threading before! Sounds neat. Maybe I will try it one day! I usually just pluck because my eyebrows don't need much work. Only a few hairs here and there that I don't like! So, I've never done any of the other meathods!
post #34 of 41
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Originally Posted by Wesley's Mom View Post
I have never heard of threading before! Sounds neat. Maybe I will try it one day! I usually just pluck because my eyebrows don't need much work. Only a few hairs here and there that I don't like! So, I've never done any of the other meathods!
I'm that same way. I guess I was wondering if threading could get the hairs before I could w/ the tweezers. Looks like I'll have let them go for a few weeks before the wedding so I can make sure I get them all.
post #35 of 41
i find gunpowder and a match works great, for mine.
but i would not suggest you try that,
ok leaving this thread now...
post #36 of 41
I read about threading a while ago, it's so weird! I tried waxing but it's too messy and annoying even if it last longer, and there's always the risk of taking off more than you should lol. I stick to plucking, for me it's the most accurate for the eyebrows because its such a small place. Id do waxing on my legs but it's hurts so much!!!
post #37 of 41
I'm italian so waxing is a must!
For those of you who have waxed and not had it return, I can only wish!!

What is sugaring??? i don't understand. I saw the threading on TV but i have no clue who even DOES that around here. I bet its at an expensive spa.
post #38 of 41
Luckily I was born with well-shaped eyebrows so I don't wax or anything.
post #39 of 41
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You can go out and buy some Rogaine and apply it CAREFULLY to the places you'd like it to grow back with a Q-Tip. Don't let it drip.
Do you know if Rogaine is an all natural product? I don't think so.
post #40 of 41
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Originally Posted by Nellers View Post
I'm italian so waxing is a must!
For those of you who have waxed and not had it return, I can only wish!!

What is sugaring??? i don't understand. I saw the threading on TV but i have no clue who even DOES that around here. I bet its at an expensive spa.
Sugaring is a lot like waxing there are a few key differences

Waxing - several one use strips
Sugaring - one application re-used for one session

Waxing - pulled off against the growth of hair (leading to breakage)
Sugaring - pulled with the direction of hair (less breakage)

Those are the main differences... I've done both and prefer sugaring
post #41 of 41
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Do you know if Rogaine is an all natural product? I don't think so.
Most likely not... if you are looking for hair re growth that is all natural check with an Aveda salon and see if they have anything.
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