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Is it better to tweeze or not to tweeze? That is the issue. When it comes to perfecting our brows, we have several alternatives, the most common of which being tweezing, waxing, threading, microblading, and microblading with shading. Each has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. We enlisted the help of some incredible brow experts to give us the lowdown on each eyebrow technique so you can decide which one is right for you.

Tweezing vs. Waxing 

Tweezing Eyebrows: A Step-by-Step Guide

  • Between your thumb and index finger, grasp the tweezers.
  • The hair should be centered between the tweezers' tips, as close to the skin as possible.
  • Pull out swiftly in the direction of hair growth, pressing down firmly.
  • Rep until there are no more stray hairs.

Pros of Tweezing

Tweezing is amazing because it's so easy to do at home. Professional permanent makeup artist in Portland at Ailis Beauty Lab tells that this technique gives extreme precision. You may pencil in your ideal brow shape and then tweeze around it, using it as a guideline, allowing your hair to grow in between and around the brows for a more uneven. A decent pair of tweezers, by the way, is an excellent investment.

Cons of Tweezing

If you tweeze badly, it's not the same as having a horrible haircut. The brow doesn't always grow back. Avoid using magnifying mirrors. When you go too close, you may begin to over tweeze.

Waxing Eyebrows: A Step-by-Step Guide

  • Microwave or use a wax warmer to warm up eyebrow wax.
  • Using a clean stick, softly coat a small area of skin (about a quarter of an inch) “) using wax (Make certain it isn't too hot!)
  • Apply a cloth strip on the wax and smooth it out.
  • Pull the strip off quickly in the direction of hair development.
  • Rep until there are no more stray hairs.
  • To minimize swelling and redness, apply vitamin E oil to the skin.

Pros of Brow Waxing

Waxing, above all other treatments, has the longest duration between regrowth, Waxing is the greatest option for shaping if you have thicker, coarser hair that grows back quickly. It also promotes softer, thinner regrowth.

Cons of Eyebrow Waxing

The most prevalent — and visible — complaint about waxing is the transitory red halo that appears around the treated region following the procedure. Therefore it's not usually recommended for delicate types.” Another disadvantage of waxing (depending on your preference!) is that it leaves crisp, clear lines on the brows, making them appear more defined.

If you still have any confusion, feel free to contact a professional brow artist at Ailis Beauty Lab or book an appointment with us online.


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