• Hoboken Beauty: Threading at The Eyebrow Place 2

    So my go-to threading and waxing (and airbrush tan) place, Solares (at 8th and Monroe), was ruined in the flood, and rumor is they aren’t opening for at least a year. SO sad.

    But, since I enjoy a clean and tamed eyebrow look (versus an unkempt and out-of-control Irish/Russian eyebrow), I had to find a new place for the time being. That’s where The Eyebrow Place 2 at 109 14th Street comes in.

    eyebrow place II

    For a mere $12 (pretty average), I was able to get my eyebrows threaded right away. There are some people who have said that $12 is a lot for threading, but usually threading lasts three weeks for me (versus two weeks) – which saves money in the long run!

    The Eyebrow Place II

    Megha was my threader (or is it a threading technician?), and she was great! She helped shape my eyebrows (which hadn’t been truly shaped in a long time). I left feeling like I actually had professionally shaped brows. Needless to say, I really liked the results. I won’t say it was pain-free, but I was happy after the fact.

    This is from the morning after, before my makeup:

    Rocking no makeup just so you can see my eyebrows…       you’re welcome

    This next photo is actually from yesterday, which is TWO WEEKS after my threading at the Eyebrow Place 2. I wanted to wait to do this post until I could actually see how long my brows lasted for. It’s definitely going to be at least 3 weeks before I need to go back.

    Trying to give you a right & left view..and no my hair is not purple – it’s just the filter. I like my right brow better in general because it arches better, I’d say. My eyebrows have always had trouble looking exactly identical!

    Now that I’ve completely disclosed too much of my eyebrows and eyelids for your viewing pleasure, I’ll ask you: Where do you go for threading in Hoboken?

    Have you been to the Eyebrow Place 2? What was your experience like?

    Written by:

    Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of HobokenGirl.com. She started the site to discover the wealth of fun things happening in Hoboken and Jersey City and surrounding Hudson County areas. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event or #HobokenGirlHelps volunteer project, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her French bulldog Pierre, or watching some really bad {but oh-so-good} reality TV and ordering takeout with her husband.


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