The hardest part about eyebrows is actually ripping the hairs out just right. Waxing is the most popular, getting the job done the quickest, especially if there is a lot to pull out.
Tweeze: Plucking is for getting the shape right. Sure, all of them including shaping but what if there is a spot that was missed or needs extra care? Tweezing is specific and easy; allowing you to pull out what you missed or for touching up. It may take a bit longer, but worth it for those troubled hairs.
Wax: All at once and quickly. Sometimes it may be painful, but it takes getting used to. Whether you DIY or get it done at a salon, the process is the same. Even though waxing is most known, be aware that the wax residue can irritate your skin and cause acne outbreaks (especially for oily and sensitive skin.) I recommend doing this on a day off because of the redness and keeping aloe vera around to cool the burning after.
Thread: Using a cotton thread is lighter on the skin because nothing is touching it. The thread wraps around the hair and pulls. In order for this, it must be when your eyebrows are fully grown or at least close to it; difficult to grip tiny grown hairs. Threading is somewhat old school making it the least known and can be an issue sometimes with finding salons that do it or even people with the experience. On the bright side, it is said to be quicker than tweezing.
All of these get the work accomplished. Tweezing and threading don’t require processed chemicals against the skin but do take longer than waxing. Waxing is quicker but messier. Threading is also quicker than tweezing, but is the perfect way to go about unwanted brow hairs.
Which one is your favorite? Have you tried all three?