Melissa Ngai: This video was extremely helpful and great to watch. You must be very
experienced and have a higher pain tolerance because I've attempted
removing those hairs and GAHHHH it hurts! Every time I pulled out hairs, a
tear would start to form in my eye. Haha! But the hairs aren't too bad so I
tend to leave it alone ;)
Penelope Quintero: Now I understand! Thanks for the video, i think is the best one i have seen
Catrina Skinny: Fantastic Tutorial! Thanks for the clear explanation of how to cut length,
hold, twist and manipulate the string ;-)
Eugene Hipolito: really great demo....and the stroke and how to hold the thread...thumbs up
sillyvanilla: Threading eyebrows is practically identical with tweezing in terms of
effect and pain,plus added efficiency- more than one hair that gets removed
However, I strongly disagree with threading/tweezing the upper lip hair.
The best way to remove 'fuzz' anywhere on the body, including face (upper
lip, sideburns, chin etc) is warm/hot wax. The hot product opens up the
skin pores and slightly exfoliates the skin, removing the dead cells and
preventing ingrown hairs, hair breakage and irritation. Once the skin is
'renewed', the hair grows naturally thinner and the skin is healthy and
I noticed your upper lip seems somewhat irritated and the hairs look like
stubble. This is because threading, just like tweezing, iritates the skin,
does not exfoliate it and hardens the root of the hair. Pretty much like on
the eyebrows, the mustache hairs are going to be strong and coarse.
Please try hot wax for the upper lip, in a few months you will barely have
a bit of fuzz left. Women with serious hormonal problems that cause chin
and upper lip hair swear by the hot wax, and it's the only hair removal
technique recommended by dermatologists.
Sorry for the long comment! :)
Robin rr: will it grow back? do you do it like once a month or just one time and good
to go for ever?
shannon o'connor: I done this before and broke out with 100s of tiny red spots? Can you
recommend anything to help ?
iacomary: Probably it's because my movements aren't perfect yet, but I found easier
the middle part instead of the sides. Or maybe the cord isn't long or short
enough. I have really small hands and the same goes for the fingers so it's
difficult to make slide the cord without losing it...
Bee Dee: Great tutorial,informative and easy to follow, thanks.
Darshini Subramaniam: Hey.. what thread do you use for threading?
Maria Almanza: I did it right but it does'nt work
Lisa Fowler: Thank you! Best video on threading the lady-tache I have come across!
Reeta Dawani: its realy helpful thks.indian gls almost knw hw to use.
Hayzel Brane: Omg thanks for the good tip now I know how to thread!
Molly Kerr: Your eyebrows are the best natural eyebrows on Youtube! Thank you for the
Courtney Val: This tutorial really helped me learn to thread my upper lip. Thank so much
for posting it!
Yanti Lageua: Thank you so much for the tips,,,,
nopainxnogain sƚylɘƨxeminɘm: this is so helpful thank you, good bye bullies!
Lino George: itzzz really helpful tku
Βασιλικη ψ.: omg! that hurts!
claire ownby: the game was cats craddle
Lavinia L: Just wanna say that your accent is beautiful.
GirlFromIpanema: tip: it's easier if you don't tie the ends.
11vannesa11: +ashli santiago Nope it actually grows thinner
zoeechaan: Hello, I just came across your video and I was hoping you could answer, if
the thread you are using is a special thread or just normal sewing thread?
Thanks a lot!
powermugu: great job!
Rakhi Aravind: I just chanced upon your videos today, and I just loved your personality.
Great videos and genuine reviews, and you actually remind me of one of my
favorite youtube gurus Oxfordjasmine. Keep up the good work. Cheers !!!
wolfgirl723: very helpful thank you!
DestatiXIII: Just tried it...wow it really works! Took a little while to get the hang of
handling the thread but I managed. It hurt a little bit, but not more than
tweezers would have (imo). And unlike tweezers, this method pulled more
hairs out at once as well as more efficiently. Thank you for making this
DaisyIver44: This was so helpful! Im gonna go try it now :) Thank you
moyin20: It is cats cradle
Shelby Mcintyre: Thank you so much! I have school tomorrow and I have a bit of a mustache
and it is embarrassing so this will help me very much!
Ann S.: It looks hard. I don't know if i will try it or not. My kids have teased me
about my mustache a bit, but, i just tell them, that's how brunettes are.
lol. You seem really sweet and sincere.
ashli santiago: Do The Hairs Grow Thicker ?
Terry Mayer: Thank you cx you actually give us real info more than others
Msp Updated: Does it hurt
kplamp: cat's cradle.
dalila sameh: thank you, it really helped <3
LadyLuv100: Very useful, thanks so much!
Heather M: This is great! Just what I've been looking for. Tried it on my 'stache ( ;)
) and it worked a charm, so this is great because I hate getting waxed and
tweezing takes forever.
sera saly: You Pakstan!
theHoax100: Threading the upper lip area is waaaaayyyy too painful for me :/
mihaela cristina: wow thank u
Tayisa Morales: Does it hurt on the upper lip??
soaringthruheaven: I have a solution for the pain. If you rub a bit of bonjela where you want
to thread, it numbs the area considerably. Pretty much anywhere that is
sensitive, you can rub bonjela on it, the baby teething gel version works
well. The other thing you can do is numb the area with ice.
Teebo Biessi: its cats cradle
Gabriel Paulino: how much is this line
azto19: Some good beauty advice from Tom Selleck
jefferson michelle: I've always tweezed those little annoying hairs, but just threaded (used
normal sewing thread) for the first time...and it wasn't bad! Thanks for
the tutorial! -M