Precise, quick and efficient; threading is globally recognized as the most superior form of hair removal. This ancient technique was originated in the Middle East and is conducted by simply using thread and the slightest bit of tension from the hand, while using a twisted motion to grasp the hair in a mini lasso. Threading removes all hairs straight from the follicle (including those tiny, stubborn hairs!), leaving you with sharp, clean, defined and naturally shaped brows



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Hello, all the beautiful ladies out there!!
Are you looking for a pain and hassle-free eyebrow threading in Toronto??
Jade’s wax and threading Bar offers you the best threading experience in Toronto. We have professional threading specialists that makes your threading experience a pleasant one. We at Jade’s use unique eyebrow threading techniques that ensure you get the best eyebrow shape with least pain.
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Hear from our clients who always prefer us over any other Spa for Threading in Toronto

I would highly recommend this spot in Toronto. Jyoti does an amazing job with threading my eyebrows and body waxing. In terms of threading, she is very accurate and takes her time giving you the best shape. She spends time on you and makes sure you’re satisfied with the end result. Also, when she does body waxing, she makes sure all the hairs are removed with minimal pain. She is very experienced and has now gained another happy client.

James Theo

Bayview Ave. Toronto

Jyoti is amazing! I was looking for somebody to do my eyebrows and Brazilian as I was new to the area — Jyoti helped me and I’ve been going to her for months now! She’s very professional and very educated on threading, waxing, and facial/skin care. She is not rough at all, and in fact has very gentle hands — as this was always a concern for me when finding a new esthetician! They have some great skin products too that I would strongly recommend — Jyoti, again, is full of knowledge and can recommend you exactly what you need! I strongly recommend her and her salon — very clean and cute — The other staff are very welcoming and professional as well! I always look forward to coming to my appointments here. Thanks Jyoti!!

Hannah Belete

Bayview Ave. Toronto

This is my go-to spot for threading and waxing! The ladies here are super professional and friendly and I always have an amazing experience. Great value; my brows have never looked better!

Taylor Van Binsbergen

Danforth Ave. Toronto

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They say your eyes are the window to your soul, and we say, we disagree! We believe that your eyebrows hold true power. They frame your face, add symmetry, and because of this, grooming them is SO crucial. At both our Jade Thread & Wax Bar locations in Toronto...

FAQs About Threading Services

What is threading?

Threading is a hair removal technique that originated in the Middle East and South Asia. It involves using a thread to pluck out individual hairs from the roots,creating clean and precise lines.

How long does threading last?

Threading can last anywhere from 2 to 4 weeks, depending on the individual’s hair growth rate and the area being threaded.

Is threading painful?

Threading can cause some discomfort, but it is generally less painful than waxing or plucking. Most people find that the pain is tolerable and well worth the results.

What areas can be threaded?

Threading can be used on any area of the face, including the eyebrows, upper lip, chin, and cheeks. It is also effective for removing hair from the neck, arms, and legs.

How often should I get threaded?

It is recommended to get threaded every 2 to 4 weeks, depending on how quickly your hair grows back. This will help keep your skin smooth and hair-free.

What is the difference between waxing and threading?

Waxing involves applying hot wax to the skin and then pulling it off, removing hair in the process. Threading, on the other hand, involves using a thread to pluck out individual hairs. Threading is generally less painful and more precise than waxing.

Can I get threaded if I have sensitive skin?

Yes, threading is a good option for people with sensitive skin because it does not involve the use of any chemicals or hot wax.

Can I get threaded if I have acne?

Threading is generally safe for people with acne, but it is important to let your esthetician know about any existing skin conditions. Threading around acne can sometimes cause further irritation or breakouts, so it is best to discuss any concerns with your esthetician beforehand.

How long does a threading appointment take?

Threading appointments typically take between 10 and 30 minutes, depending on the area being threaded and the amount of hair to be removed.

Is there anything I should avoid doing before a threading appointment?

It is recommended to avoid using any topical creams, lotions, or medications that can thin the skin or increase sensitivity. This includes retinoids, glycolic acid, and salicylic acid. It is also best to avoid sun exposure or tanning before the appointment.

How should I prepare my skin for a threading appointment?

Make sure the skin is clean and free of any makeup or oils. If you have sensitive skin, you may want to apply a numbing cream to the area beforehand. It is also important to let your esthetician know about any allergies or skin conditions.

How do I care for my skin after a threading appointment?

After a threading appointment, it is important to avoid touching the area and to avoid applying any makeup or lotions for at least a few hours. You should also avoid exposing the area to direct sunlight and avoid swimming or exercising for at least 24 hours.

Can I wear makeup after a threading appointment?

It is best to avoid applying makeup for at least a few hours after a threading appointment to allow the skin to calm down. If you must apply makeup, make sure to use a clean brush or applicator to avoid introducing bacteria to the freshly threaded area.

How can I reduce pain during a threading appointment?

Taking an over-the-counter pain reliever, such as ibuprofen, 30 minutes before the appointment can help minimize discomfort. You can also ask your esthetician to apply a numbing cream to the area beforehand.