“What is Eyebrow Threading?”

-Threading is an ancient all natural method of hair removal which originated in part of India, the Middle and Far East. The technique uses 100% thread, and it is twisted and rolled along the surface of the skin. This entwines the hair in the thread which are then lifted quickly from the follicle. This will create a precise and a full shape for your brows


“How long should I wait in between eyebrow shaping services?”

-Two weeks is the recommended minimum wait time in between services. This allows the hair to grow out enough in order to get a full shaping service. Anything underneath 2 weeks, the hair will not have been fully grown out and will be therefore harder for us to remove the hairs out.


“My eyebrows are too thin, will they ever grow?”

-A lot of women in the past unfortunately have been a victim of over plucking their eyebrows, and are left with very frail and thin brows. However, your hair is still growing and will continue you to grow if you stop tweezing immediately, grow out your brows for two weeks, and let Jazeh La Belle professionals to reshape them for you.


“What is the difference between waxing and threading eyebrows?”

-We always recommend our clients to choose to do threading over waxing. Yes waxing is very quick and easy, and you don’t have to worry about the pain that much, but threading is precise, you get what you ask for, and it gets every piece of hair out. Also waxing causes you skin to stretch, and in the long run discoloration of the skin and larger pores.


“Which one last longer; eyebrow threading or eyebrow waxing?”

-For the most part threading and waxing will last about the same in between services. However, threading is always a better option, because it avoids discoloration, larger pores, and burnt skin all caused by waxing.


 “My skin is sensitive; which service should I get done; threading or waxing?”

-Getting either services will cause a little redness to occur post shaping, however, it is better to thread your eyebrows if you have sensitive skin. Using just a thread on sensitive skin is better than waxing because it will naturally remove your hairs without any use of products.


“How long do the eyelash extensions last?”

-They last for up to two weeks depending on how you treat them. We recommend you to treat them as if you have mascara on. Therefore, you will choose not to excessively rub them and not to have direct water aimed towards them.


“How do I remove my eyelash extensions?”

-Since the glue that Jazeh La Belle uses is water based, it becomes very easy to remove. We highly recommend removing them while you are taking a steamy shower. The steam loosens the glue and lets the lashes separate from your own. Once this happens you should rub downwards and let the lashes fall off. DO NOT pull your lashes outwardly; this will cause your real lashes to fall out. You can also place Vaseline onto the eyelashes, let it set in for 10 minutes and then you can rub downwards to let to lashes come off.


“How long does Eyebrow and Eyelash tinting last?”

-Normally it last for up to 3 weeks depending on how dark you initially tinted them. Over time the tint washes off with daily cleanses.


“I’m nervous; will the tint be too dark for my face?”

-No, Jazeh La Belle specialist are all qualified estheticians or cosmetologist, therefore we know what color to choose, how long to place it onto to you eyebrows or eyelashes in order to give you that fuller and more natural look.


“What is Eyebrow and Eyelash Tinting?”

-Tinting is a way to make your eyebrows and eyelashes to look fuller. We all have small hairs on our eyebrow that are extremely light, with tinting those hairs are darkened. The tint causes your brows to look filled in. Also, it’s the perfect way to make your brows look great while you are trying to grow them out.


 “What is the difference between a bikini and a Brazilian?”

-Bikini waxing is a body wax that follows the line of and around your bikini line. Brazilian waxing is was we would say as “everything”; therefore it includes the bikini line, the frontal area all the way to the back.