anywhoooo, the one thing a kiosk at the mall does offer that i was definitely interested in is eyebrow threading. i read an article in the paper about the proprietress of the kiosk and i thought i would try it out. apparently in places like india eyebrow threading is the only way to go. and since i think indian women are the most beautiful women in the world and i hope to be one someday, i thought i would give it a try.
seriously, tyra banks should be hunting me down right now. that picture is the true definition of FIERCE! no halloween costume needed here folks! fierce with a side of red bull. does red bull need a spokesmodel? does anyone over 23 even drink red bull?
THE PROCESS or as my SIL ,sarah who speaks beautiful canadian, would say, THE PRO-CESS:
yes, you are seeing that picture correctly. she is using common sewing thread from wal-mart that she probably picked up for 89 cents. i thought it was a minimally painless process. you lay back in a chair, she says her magic threading words, she runs a thread across your brows, or forehead, or chin or moustache area(not that I need that, but you might) and voila!!! beautifully shaped brows.
note- my good luck horseshoe necklace on my decollete.
15 bucks and 5 minutes later:
the pros- quick, incredibly accurate, lasts for 4 weeks, inexpensive, minimally painless. you can feel each individual hair being pulled out, but it is so fast.
the cons- it's a kiosk at the mall. if you go midday, every high school drop-out and grandma in the tri-city area stares at you. she only accepts cash.
i highly recommend it.
OTHER ITEMS OF NOTE:
gas is now $1.99 here. can anyone else match or beat that???