Threading eyebrows is a common procedure to increase your eyes' look. Threading can be performed on individual hairs or the entire line, adding great definition to the brow. Threading is most effective when done by a skilled technician who does not flinch or move during the process, as flinching could result in a bald patch. The skin on the face should be taut before the threading procedure begins, and you should be sure to pull your eyelids in opposite directions.
During the threading process, the threading technician may ask for your guidance, and you should expect some eye-watering or random sneezing. These are normal side effects of the threading process and should not be considered a cause of concern.