Threading for the face
In this workshop, you will learn how to consult with your client, discuss their requirements, devise a suitable treatment plan and carry out appropriate threading techniques to leave your client hair-free.
You will also gain knowledge and understanding of contraindications, health and safety working practices and aftercare advice that should be given to the client following the treatment.
A pre-requisite for this workshop is a regulated qualification in waxing or eye treatments.
Threading is an ancient method of temporarily removing hair. It is a technique that has been passed down the generations in countries such as India, Iran and Egypt. Threading uses thin twisted cotton that is rolled and re-rolled between the fingers over the area to be treated, trapping and lifting the hairs out of the follicles. It is commonly carried out on facial areas, particularly eyebrows where a clear, chiselled line is desired.