- June 10, 2021
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Mistakes to Avoid After Threading
Getting those desired eyebrows can enhance your look and add personality to your whole look. Indeed, threading is the go-to option to attain thick and well-shaped eyebrows. Threading is considered the best alternative to waxing and plucking. Unfortunately, although threading is very gentle on the skin, there are times when skin experience redness, break-outs and itching after threading. These irritations on the skin can be caused by simple errors that we unknowingly make. So, here are some mistakes that you should avoid after threading to keep your brows looking their best.
Avoid Using Cosmetics
It is better to avoid applying makeup to the threaded area as heavy creams can clog the pores leading to break-outs. Even if you don’t experience skin irritation, skip using cosmetics products to reduce the risks and give your skin enough time to recover.
Slight redness is common after threading. The redness disappears on its own after few hours. However, you can apply a cold compress on the threaded area to reduce the redness. You can also use rose water or aloe vera gel to help you with the irritation.
Your skin is bound to be sensitive to harmful UV rays after threading. Therefore, avoid exposure to direct sunlight as it can cause inflammation or sunburn. However, if you do need to go out in the sun, make sure to wear sunscreen.
Avoid touching the threaded area.
Resist the temptation of touching your brows after threading for few hours. Frequently touching the hair-free area can transfer the bacteria or oil from fingers to open pores leading to infection and break-outs.
As we know, exfoliation is necessary to remove dead skin cells and uncover new cells below. But commercial exfoliators contain harmful chemical that may damage your sensitive skin. So, try to avoid exfoliating your face after threading for a day to prevent further irritation.