Your finely-drawn portrait
One of Australia’s most sought after methods for removing facial hair is the ancient Eastern technique of threading. This quick, gentle, and highly accurate technique uses a special cotton thread that is twisted and rolled along the surface of the skin to entwine hairs and gently lift them out from the follicle.
In the hands of an experienced and skilful therapist, threading (more than any other hair-removal technique) accentuates your eyes, balances your natural features and gives a more defined and professional finish to your ‘portrait’.
Waxing, tweezing or threading? Let’s see now…
Waxing has come a long way but most people don’t realise that every time they wax, the outer layer of skin is removed. Because it involves repeatedly pulling on the same small area, over time, waxing causes some loss to the natural elasticity of the skin.
Tweezing or plucking (the go-to home treatment for previous generations) irritates sensitive skins. It’s a tedious job at best, and if you have poor eyesight, can become rather hit and miss. While tweezing may be a temporary solution when we are young, it becomes more annoying and less effective as we age. Today, we can do better.
Threading, in addition to being clean, natural and safe, also enables far more precise shaping, as it allows the practitioner total control over the hairs being removed. This is how the flawlessly polished look of models and style queens is achieved.
Threading. Ancient meets Modern
An Invitation to Aspiring Beauty Therapists
Threading is an acquired skill, not a job, and far more than an occupation that someone can learn in a few hours or days. This ancient art, views the face as a canvas with unique features – your ‘face to the world’ with all its marvellous proportions, shapes and contours.
Prana cordially invites you to learn one of Australia’s most sought-after methods for removing facial hair. An expertise you will surely need as you build your professional portfolio. We train you in how to meaningfully engage with your clients, assess their facial contours and assure they return to you over and over again.