Eyebrow Waxing

Waxing wins fans for its clean finish and quickness. Warm, liquid wax is applied between and under eyebrows. After the wax cools and hardens, it is ripped off, whisking eyebrow hairs with it. Eyebrow waxing is best left to a salon professional, because it isn't as precise as tweezing. In other words, it is easy to remove too much eyebrow – and bear in mind that brow hair can take 3 to 6 months to grow back!

Many people initially visit a salon to have their eyebrows waxed, then maintain their eyebrows with at-home tweezing. If you have sensitive skin, are pregnant, take oral hormones or use a retinoid or alpha hydroxyl acid product, avoid waxing: your skin may be too thin for this rough procedure.


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