Waxing is a temporary hair removal technique which removes the hair from the root. It takes about four weeks to grow a new hair in the waxed areas. Most of the areas of the body which are waxed are arms, feet, pubic area which is also called bikini waxing. The areas of the body which should never be waxed are eyelashes and eyelids as these areas can be damaged after waxing.
Threading is the technique in which the unwanted hair is removed by a thread which is doubled and then twisted. Threading can remove the several hairs and it can be painful as well. The pain during the threading can be minimized if performed by the professionals. During threading the mouth, hand and neck is used.
|Definition (www.oxforddictionaries.com)||A sticky yellowish mouldable substance secreted by honeybees as the material of the honeycomb; beeswax||A method of hair removal in which unwanted hairs are plucked out by using a twisted cotton thread.|
|Synonyms||Become, grow, expand, magnify and dilate||Strap, mix, fortify, interweave and spike|
|Antonyms||Become, grow, expand, magnify and dilate||Disconnect, disunite, disjoin, remove and detach|
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|History||In the 1930’s the first commercial waxes were manufactured in France to be sold to the public. Very soon, waxes became more available to the public.||The threading was firstly started in the Central Asia or India over 6000 years ago.|
|Word origin||It was originated from Old English wæx, weax, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch was and German Wachs.||It was originated from Old English thrǣd (noun), of Germanic origin; related to Dutch draad and German Draht, also to the verb throw.|
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