If you want get rid of thick eyebrows for aesthetic reasons, there are a number of ways to do it. There are many people that have unibrows, or have bushy eyebrows by heredity. It is common for individuals who have thick eyebrows to have strong features, and a drastic reduction of the brow hair might not look good at all.
One common misconception is that you can get rid of thick eyebrows by plucking. Plucking can remove brow hair from the top and bottom, but will not be able to reduce its thickness as you cannot pluck the out individual eyebrow hairs within the brow itself. Doing so is a big no-no as you will leave spaces in your brow and the regrowth of hair will make it look more unruly. Plucking can only be done to make your eyebrow shape thinner and to remove excess hair around the brow to maintain the shape and a neat appearance. Shaving, waxing, and using hair removal creams also cannot be done as the application principle is the same, and it will only be that shape of the brow that will be thinned out, not the thickness itself.
There are two ways to get rid of thick eyebrows. The first way is by using an eyebrow comb and trimming it. This can be done at a parlor, or you can be the one to do it at home. Start by sitting down in front of a mirror, making sure that there is enough light to see your brows clearly. Comb the eyebrow hairs upwards, and with a small, sharp pair of scissors, trim off the part of the hair that goes above the brow line. Only take of what is needed and comb the eyebrow back into place to check if the procedure needs to be repeated. Wax, pluck or shave off the excess hair around the brow line to make it have better shape.
The most effective way to get rid of thick eyebrows is by threading. This procedure is done in a parlor, and the excess hair will be removed with the use of a cotton thread. Treading takes out a line of hair or even one hair at a time and is highly precise procedure. It will not only make the eyebrows less think, it will also reshape the eyebrow. Treading can be used to take out other facial and body hair, taking it out from the roots and it will not grow back thicker. The treading process may need to be repeated every two to four weeks for maintenance.