Threading is an ancient middle eastern method of hair removal where technician uses cotton thread (like something you would sew with) which is twisted and rolled over the hair. (I've only witnessed eyebrows and mustaches done, but I would imagine it would work most anywhere). As the thread rolls, it plucks the hair. Threading can remove an entire row of hair at one time (as opposed to tweezing which pulls one hair at a time), resulting in a really straight line.
Everytime I try something new I always ask 'does it hurt'? I would say it's less painful than waxing; but its a very different kind of feeling. It kind of feels like being snapped with an elastic over and over again - but really its not bad (and I have a super low tolerance for pain). I usually go every three or four weeks and pluck any stray hairs that pop-up in between; although they say it can last up to about six weeks. Cost ~ $10
BENEFITS: it's quick, chemical-free, good for sensitive skin, and very sanitary
If you have a place around you that does this and you haven't tried it yet I highly recommend it for perfect bridal brows.
Do you have any atypical beauty solutions?