The technicians at Neel Thredz Spa harness 100% cotton threads to safely define eyebrows and banish stray strands across the upper lip, sideburns, chin, or neck. They roll the thread back and forth across the hair, trapping it in the thread's fibrous clutches and removing it from the follicle. This ancient Eastern technique causes less irritation than waxing, can target individual hairs, and won't remove the surface layer of skin. At several locations, the techs top off their newly smooth masterpieces with henna tattoos, decorating limbs and trunks with ornate, temporary designs or cursive reminders to work on your penmanship.
Growing up in New Delhi, Kiran Chawla learned about threading firsthand in her aunt’s salon. An ancient technique for hair removal that originated in the Eastern World, Kiran would watch her aunt move taut cotton threads across skin, swiftly rolling and removing the hair from clients’ faces. Soon, she was the one working with clients, honing her skills to be as precise with thread as an obsessive-compulsive silkworm. Eventually, Kiran moved to the U.S., where she continued her education to become a certified aesthetician. Today, under the moniker of The Eyebrow Artist, Kiran deftly removes hair using both thread and wax, and refines complexions with customized facials.
Smoother skin is the goal of each client who walks through the doors at Premier Laser Spa of Louisville. The staff of certified technicians works to stunt hair growth with the LaserFast system, which is more convenient than repeated shaving and more effective than dousing it in coffee. Their lasers also work to tighten skin by stimulating collagen production, which can reduce the appearance of fine lines and cellulite.
When The Electrolysis Centre and Epicure joined forces to form SimplySmooth, the merger brought together staff members with decades of hair-removal experience. Visitors can choose from a variety of depilation techniques, including laser hair removal, body sugaring, and electrolysis, depending on what they and their hair believe is best. The staff also administers microdermabrasion treatments to refresh faces and remove fine lines.
Though its name might suggest otherwise, Miracle Eyebrows works its magic on more than just one body part. But when it comes to eyebrows, staffers use a 6,000 year-old method to remove stray hairs by deftly manipulating simple cotton thread across the skin. Aside from threading, the studio also offers body waxing and traditional Henna tattoos.