Frequently Asked Questions About Eyebrow Threading at Hollywood Beauty

1) Do you need an appointment for eyebrow threading?

woman having threading hair removal procedureNo, you don’t need an appointment for our threading services. You can just walk in during the business hours.

Generally we have no wait times in the afternoon during weekdays. Wait time is about 5-15 minutes during the evenings and weekends.

2) What are your business hours?

Our business hours are 10a-7p Mon-Sat and 11a-6p on Sunday. We are open 7 days a week.

3) Are you open on holidays?

We are open on all major holidays except for Christmas day, Thanksgiving Day and New Year’s Day. If you are still have doubts about whether the store will open, you can call the store listed in our website or send us an email at

4) Does eyebrow threading hurt?

Although there may be some slight discomfort the first time, our customers have told us that they thought waxing hurt more than eyebrow threading. If a trained professional threading artist like in Hollywood Beauty does your threading, then it should feel just like a slight sting and not a hair yank.

If your first eyebrow threading experience hurt and felt like hair being yanked out of root, chances are your threader was not trained. So it is important to get your threading done at a beauty salon that specializes in eyebrow threading. If you feel the thread on your skin, it hurts less. The farther away the thread is, the more it hurts.

5) How long does it take for hair to grow back? How often do I need to get my brows threaded?

Depending on your skin type, hair grows back within 2-3 weeks. We recommend you do your eyebrow threading every 3 weeks for optimum results.

6) What is the price for eyebrow threading?

Eyebrow threading costs $8 at our store.

7) Is it normal to use scissors after threading your brows?

Yes, it is normal to use scissors because our threading artists are trained to use scissors to trim your eyebrows for the final perfect shapes. Threading takes the hair out from the root while scissors will provide the perfect shapes for the remaining brow hair.

8) What other services do you provide in addition to eyebrow threading?

Most of our stores are exclusively focused on eyebrow and facial threading. Some stores offer additional services such as henna tattoo (mehendi), eyelash extension, eyebrow tinting and waxing. It is best to ask your threading artist whether your store provides these additional services.

9) If I have a party coming up, how long before the party should I thread my brows?

Our recommendation is at least 1 day before your party. Especially if this is your first time for threading or it has been more than a month since you last threaded, there is a chance your skin will be red around your brow area. Generally the redness disappears within a couple of hours but it may last for 24 hours for some people.

10) What kind of aftercare do you recommend after eyebrow threading?


Generally slathering on aloe vera gel minimizes redness and also soothes your skin. You can buy aloe vera gel at any store or online.

We also recommend avoiding getting sunburnt or a tan in the sun right after getting your eyebrows done. Also, it is a good idea to apply makeup after a couple of hours or after the redness has disappeared to avoid any chances of allergy or irritation.

11) I have thin hair. How do I grow my eyebrow naturally?

Some of our customers had great success with application of castor oil on the skin around the brow area where you want to grow your eyebrows. Coconut oil also works for most people.

Vitamin B5 and biotins supplements also help your eyebrows grow thicker quickly. Here is an article that has some excellent recommendations about growing your eyebrows naturally.

12) Why is threading better than waxing? I have always waxed and afraid to thread.

Threading is better than waxing because we do not use any harsh chemicals that are bad for your health. Threading only uses pure cotton thread and nothing more. Threading is also good for sensitive skin and it lasts longer. You can find out more about the advantages of threading in this link here.

If you have more questions we could not answer here, please send us an email from our contact form here.