Threading is an ancient method of hair removal originated in Central Asia and India. Lately it has gained popularity in Western countries, especially with a cosmetic application particularly for removing/shaping eyebrows. In threading, a thin (cotton or polyester) thread is doubled, and then twisted. It is then rolled over areas of unwanted hair, plucking the hair at the follicle level. Unlike tweezing, where single hairs are pulled out one at a time, threading can remove short lines of hair.
Henna tattoo is the application of henna as a temporary form of skin decoration in the Indian Subcontinent, as well as by expatriate communities from these areas.Henna decorations became fashionable in the West in the late 1990s, where they are sometimes called henna tattoos. Henna is typically applied during special occasions like weddings and festivals, but nowadays it has been a tips for looking beautiful. Resembling intricate tattoos, beautiful patterns are applied to the surface of the skin using henna paste.
Waxing is the most common method of hair removal today second to shaving. Hair on any part of the body or face can be waxed. Warm wax is applied to the area and then removed, bringing the hair with it. There are two types of wax: hard and soft. Hard wax, which is easier on delicate skin, is often used on the face, underarms, and bikini area. Soft wax is used on the legs, arms, back, and chest.
Waxing reduces hair growth when performed at regular 30-day intervals. Because waxing pulls the hair out by the root, it grows back softer, finer, and thinner. The more you wax, the less hair grows back.