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    Is it safe to have my facial hair removed via threading? What method would be better threading or waxing? I'm scared that my face might be allergic to the wax, but if I go with threading then it might be so painful especially around the eye area. Believe it or not there are fine hair around my eyes!!!

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    Mimico I had no idea what threading was. I looked it up and it doesn't sound like it would be much worse than tweezing. This about page might allay some fears you have. Of the two options, I'd say threading may well be less problematic than waxing, plus it's quicker. It sounds like you do need a skilled practitioner and it's not something you'd want to be someone's guinea pig for.

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    Mimico, fate is working in your favor today! Samantha from Central Cali aka Mrs caligurl is not only our newest member but is an expert on threading. Hopefully she'll see this and be able to advise you further.

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    I hope so! How did you know that she's an expert? I'd love to learn how to do threading. it seems like an art, although the people who do it for me claim that it's such an easy thing to do. Thanks for all the responses, Kay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimico View Post
    I hope so! How did you know that she's an expert? I'd love to learn how to do threading. it seems like an art, although the people who do it for me claim that it's such an easy thing to do. Thanks for all the responses, Kay.
    You're very welcome! And I know because Samantha mentioned she was a threading specialist in her introduction thread.You probably just haven't caught up with that one yet on your travels around the forum.

    If you want to see a demonstration on how to do it yourself, there's one here at youtube. I don't know if there are other techniques than this. Perhaps Samantha will be able to shed some light on that for us next time she pops by.

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    Mimico, once you start removing the hair on your face, you will have to do this all the time! And the result can be unpredictable! To me it is more fun changing something inside of my body that will result in my face.

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    Waxing is better than threading and its not painful either.

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    Like i posted on another thread does anyone else use depilatory cream on their face or am i the only one I have seen no side effects so far and it seems to much more convenient.

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    Threading will remove the hair from the root itself! So better you you go for waxing! it will smoothen your hair,it will give good look after removal of hairs using waxing!

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    Threading is best one to removing hairs it remove hair from the root.
    Go for good parlor and do threading.


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