Slique Hair Threading Machine for Women
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SLIQUE REPLACEMENT THREADS - The high-quality cotton in the clique hair threading strings provides a smooth feel for better results. The pre-cut and fitted design helps ensure you get the perfect look every time, even if it's your first time!
NO SKIN IRRITATION - Threading hair removal has never been more comfortable. Our unique facial hair remover works with any skin type to get the best facial hair removal for a smooth, irritation-free finish.
EASY TO USE & HANDLE- The one-handed design of this unique facial hair removal for women allows for ease of use. Meanwhile, the compact size means you can take it anywhere, and fits perfectly inside your purse or bag. It's one of the best hair tools for women!
SLOW HAIR REGROWTH - This women's facial hair removal device is the only way to actually get rid of facial hair and keep it away. Our unique design slows down re-growth by removing each individual strand of hair at the root, which results in a much longer-lasting smooth finish.
A PROVEN TECHNIQUE NOW SIMPLIFIED – The delicate design of this DIY hair threader is based on a centuries-old technique that has been passed down through the generations. This new twist will give you an old classic look with ease, making it perfect for any woman who wants her skin to feel as good as smooth silk!
WE ARE THE ONLY ORIGINAL CLIQUE SELLERS ON AMAZON!!! – Originality means quality. 5 extra strength threads, pre-cut extra, easy to install for ease of use and durability
This one works great. The quality is so much better. I'm glad I tried it. You get what you pay for.
Just be careful not to catch skin in it. The threading does hurt a little. I mean you are pulling hair out so naturally, it stings. I'm not too bothered by it. I have a higher threshold for minor things.
It's clean and easy to use. I'm sure that it will take practice if I do my brows. For now, I'm excited to remove stubborn chin hair. After menopause, I started growing facial hair that is thick and dark. This works well for that.
Strings breaking during use is common even when you go get threaded by a professional. It ALWAYS happens. Considering the cost of replacements using 2 strings for each session is really not a big deal and still cheaper than paying to get threaded would be.
The directions for replacing strings are hard so this is how I do it.
1) I put in both of the beaded sides.
2) I then twist it 3-4 times as a loop.
3) I hook it onto the spring hook
4) I slide it into the back grooves next to the spring hook.
If you do it this way it won’t break when reapplying strings.