DIY: Eyebrow Threading Routine
Hey PrismPop friends and fam! So, during lockdown, I’ve really had to teach myself how to groom myself from home. Since I do face the camera quite a bit (I’m constantly on Instagram stories), I could not let my eyebrows grow out like crazy. Thus, I decided it might be a great time to pick up on a new skill--eyebrow threading! Now that I’ve got the hang of it, I honestly feel like I might just keep doing it all on my own from now on!
Here’s the breakdown of what I used:
Givenchy Prisme Libre: Using a loose powder like this one will create a base that makes it easier for the thread to catch the hair. The more matte the powder is, the better.
Measuring Tape: To measure 24 inches of thread (add a few more inches if your hands are bigger).
Thread: The thread you use should be strong, but not too thick.
Scissors: You will need these not only to cut the thread, but to trim hairs that are too long so the eyebrow shape comes out nice and neat at the end.
Eyebrow Spoolie: You may need to keep combing the brows up through the process to better understand which areas need more threading. Mine was from a set I bought from the brand Kestrel, but I’ve linked another one here since that set is out of stock.
Tweezers: You will need a good pair of tweezers to get the small hairs that you weren’t able to catch with the thread. The ones I used were from a kit I got a long while back, but I’ve linked a nice pair here.
Hope this was helpful!