Threading
They say that your eyes are the windows to your soul. With help from Palasa Esthetique, your eyebrows will be shaped so nicely that people will have no problem seeing how beautiful your soul truly is.

Threading has origins that trace back to ancient Persia, India, and China. Chinese folklore believed that the shape of a woman's eyebrows determined her fate. Altering the eyebrows at a young age might alter the path of a woman's life, making the threading ceremony before her wedding day a momentous occasion. Now that modern women take their fates into their own hands, there's no need to wait to get your eyebrows threaded!

Threading removes the entire hair follicle, lasting up to 6 weeks.

How Does it Work? A cotton thread is pulled along unwanted hair in a twisting motion, to trap hair in a mini lasso, and lifts hair right out of the follicle.

The Pros: It's extremely sanitary. Nothing but the thread touches the skin, and it's thrown away after use.

-Great for people with "trouble" brows Threading has this amazing ability to be so concise in the hair that it removes. It's sworn by people who say they can never get their eyebrows even, despite tweezing, waxing or sugaring.

-No chemicals are applied on the skin When people have certain circumstances, or are taking medicines which conflicts with waxing and sugaring, they can still get threading done.

-It's very fast. Although every technician is different, it takes the person who has threaded my eyebrows two minutes flat, from start to finish.

-Temporary results can turn into permanent. Over time, frequent threading can cause the hair follicle to become damaged, and stop growing hair.

The Cons: If done incorrectly, the hairs can break. If hair is broken from an inexperienced threading professional, hair re-growth will show up much quicker.

-It can be hard to find someone experienced threading hair. It's a true art that has been passed down through the generations, and isn't something you can easily learn in a couple classes- especially to do brow shaping.

Ouch Factor: The discomfort is similar to tweezing, but the process is much, much quicker. Some people say they have very little pain from threading. Use a warm compress to relax the hair follicle for an easier exit, and apply a numbing spray if you have a low tolerance to any discomfort.