Thursday, December 20, 2007

Philadelphia Eyebrow Threading Ardmore Shanti Medspa

Here is the answer to the Indian threading question. Just make sure the person who does it has not had too much caffeine before hand.Can you imagine how long it would take to do someone's legs?
I think I'll stick with the razor.
Now don't you feel so much smarter?
I do. Thank you Cindy of Still His Girl.

10 comments:

Mary said...

Sharon,

I think I will stick with waxing. This looks like a lengthy procedure and one that wouldn't be too comfortable.

Thanks for informing me. I had no idea there was such a thing.

Blessings,
Mary

Denise said...

Wow, ouch, wow!!

Cindy said...

You guys are wimps. Beauty is pain, people. ;)

I might go do it TODAY as a matter of fact. But it does make me cry a little.

It really is amazing that they can do it. I'm not that coordinated with ANYTHING!!

Alisun@ A Brooke In The Forest said...

It is suppose to last longer and be more sanitary than the wax my fringed who lives too far for me to go with is a nurse and she will NOT do wax.

Kellan said...

Oooooooooooh - I should have guessed that. Good for you. Kellan

Melanie said...

Doesn't seem worth the pain to me.

Dee said...

RYC: Yes, and a scanner is great for copying printed pages too (newspaper articles etc.) to either print out or store on your hard drive. All kinds of uses! I purchased my old one (and used it for about 6 years) for $10 at a garage sale! D

Deb said...

WOW that is interesting!! not sure I would try it,thanks for sharing.

Lisa said...

Who knew?

The guy and his unibrow comments cracked me up!

The music was creepy! EEP

Kate said...

I get my eyebrows (and my upper lip, sshh) threaded - I'm in an area of London with a lot of Indian people so threading is popular and cheap (£3 for eyebrows). I'd only ever used tweezers before and the result with threading is much better. I go about every 4-6 weeks. The upper lip bit really does sting, but it is all surprisingly quick. What you don't see on the film is that the thread is usually anchored between the teeth of the threader as well as being grasped by both hands (that did worry me a little at first until I was convinced that it is just held there rather than being passed through the mouth!).