CHEVRON STYLE ENGLISH MUSTACHE FASHION

This style became popular in the 1980s when Tom Select used it for the TV show Magnum ENGLISH MUSTACHE FASHION. The chevron’s mustache is quite thick and wide. The latter generally tend to completely cover the edge of the upper lip. To grow this mustache you just need patience and let the hair grow between the upper lip and the nose. Once the desired length is reache, it is enough to maintain it regularly with a mustache scissors. Beard care products such as oils and creams can be effective in optimizing mustache development, but in the end, this style is still natural and should not require mustache wax.

 

DALI STILMUSTACHE

This mustache style is inspired by the emblem of 20th century surrealism, the Spanish painter Salvador Dali. Dali-style mustache is quite narrow and its outer tips are curve upwards. Again, in order to grow this mustache, patience is first required so that the hairs between the upper lip and the nose initially grow to a certain length. It is also necessary to train them regularly in growing towards the tips of the mouth with a mustache comb. Finally, the tips should be curled up with a good mustache wax. Since this style requires the use of mustache wax, you will also need a good beard shampoo to wash your mustache.

THE ENGLISH STILENGLISH MUSTACHE FASHION

English style mustache is very similar to the Dali style. It is also quite long and narrow. However, it differs from Dali-style mustache by its division in the middle of the upper lip and its tips, which are slightly less curved. To develop this mustache style, you need to train the bristles of the bristle to grow towards the corners of the mouth with a mustache comb, and you will also need a good quality mustache wax to hold the tips in place. A facial hair shampoo will also be require. Finally, all hair around and under the corners of the mouth should be shave.

 

CHEVRON STYLE ENGLISH MUSTACHE FASHION

CHEVRON STYLE ENGLISH MUSTACHE FASHION

FU MANCHU STILENGLISH MUSTACHE FASHION

This style of mustache appeared on the European continent in 1923 thanks to the British novel series’ The Mystery of Dr. Fu Manchu ‘. Subsequently, this mustache became popular with the advent of cinema and has quickly become a classic stereotype of Chinese villains. It is clear that this mustache style is due to the Asians who wore thin mustache long before it became popular in Europe. Fu Manchu’s mustache style begins above the upper lip and extends to both sides of the mouth and eventually falls below the jaw. All garden hair is shave. Of course, the Fu Manchu mustache style requires patience because it takes so long to develop. It also requires proper care. It needs to be combe daily with a mustache comb and some like to use a mustache wax or beard balm to help shape it.

 

THE STYLE OF THE BOARD SHOULD

This mustache style is in all its variants undoubtedly one of the most classic. It is apparently also one of the oldest and is still widely practice today. Steering-style mustaches have fascinated men since the Iron Age. They have see their popularity up and down over time, but they are still value and use today. Steering style whiskers can be large or small. These whiskers are unique. Unlike other styles that require regular maintenance and pruning, the handlebar mustache starts in the middle of the upper lip and the brushes should be combed against the tips of the mouth. The tips of these whiskers are also bent upwards.

 

To grow a mustache in the handlebars, combat the urge to cut hair that is too long. And that hangs over the upper lip. Time and a low hairstyle on a daily basis allow your hair to grow in the desired direction. Of course, a mustache wax application is require for your mustache type in the steering type (large or small) to take on and keep its shape. You also need a facial hair shampoo to wash your mustache well.

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