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By opening fingers of closed hand and closing fingers of other hand, you’re pushing wound portion in other direction. It will take some practice. Keep pushing wound up portion back and forth until you are able to push it back and forth easily. Once you have hang of it, you might be ready to start practicing on a body part. Don’t use upper lip as a practice point. Try leg or some other body part that is easily accessible.
Begin by placing thread on portion of your leg or elsewhere that you are going to first try. Place wound part on one end of hair, and thread from other side should be on both sides of hair you want to remove. Next, move wound portion to other side, making sure that it catches hair while moving. It will then lift hair from root as it moves back and forth.
After you’ve practiced this method and are fairly comfortable with it, move onto your upper lip. It’ll be quick and easy, taking only a couple of minutes every other day. How wonderful will it be to always have a hairless lip!
If all else fails, you may not be an expert threader, but you will at least know what someone is talking about next time they mention threading and they’re not referring to cross-stitching!
The information contained in this article is for educational purposes only and is not intended to medically diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Consult a health care practitioner before beginning any health care program.
Emily Clark is editor at Lifestyle Health News and Medical Health News where you can find the most up-to-date advice and information on many medical, health and lifestyle topics.