I just got back from threading. I went to a new place this time which charged only $15! I was paying $30 before. Plus this lady was faster and less painful. She was great! It was in an Indian neighborhood so we checked out some of the neighboring stores. We went into this bakery, but had no clue what the cashier was saying. We picked up some coconut macaroons, but we're still not sure how that happened. For some reason there was a pool table in the bakery. Hmm...
On : 2/7/2004 10:20:36 PM gp (www) said:
what? this is quite possibly the most abstract you've gotten in a post.
On : 2/7/2004 10:27:08 PM diego (www) said:
Forgive my ignorance , but what's threading?
On : 2/7/2004 11:25:29 PM prettydoc (www) said:
It's a form of hair removal in which a piece of thread is passed over the hair. It's like plucking/tweezing but it picks up more hairs at once. It's pretty much only practiced by MidEasterners and Indian Subcontinenters. I go to a salon and have it done on my face and eyebrows; it's just been hard finding a salon that will do it and they're mostly in Indian areas.
On : 2/8/2004 1:33:15 PM gp (www) said:
most middle easterns i know burn their hair off or get it waxed.