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Best Moustache Styles | 8 of the best styles!

By September 13th, 2019 No Comments

If there is one style attribute that men by and large tend to ignore in the current generation is a moustache. A moustache can be one of the best pairings along with a good hairstyle that can make you look really good. Men in the ‘80s and ‘90s used moustaches to good effect. This is the reason why a lot of boys in the current generation think of their dads as “badasses”. If you want to pull off a badass look, then consider a moustache! 

Here are the best mens moustache styles.

Mens Moustache Styles

#1 – The Pencil Moustache 


The Pencil Moustache is something that cannot be easily pulled off. It takes a lot of styling to make it look good. But if you have the face for it or the cut for it, this can be a classic look. A perfect example of a pencil moustache is Brad Pitt’s look in the movie ‘Inglourious basterds’. It’s named the pencil moustache because the hair on top of your lip is rather thin and not thick at all. It’s rather easy to style, but you will need to go to a barber to ensure you get the right style. 

#2 – The Handlebar Moustache  

One of the most classic styles out there is the handlebar moustache. The handlebar as the name suggests looks like the handlebars of a bike. This is a moustache style that requires a lot of care, grooming, pruning and effort. If you are looking for an easy style, then skip this. To have your handlebar moustache, you need to grow enough hair and make sure to oil up the sides and give it a twist every once in a while. You might want to have a good morning routine and night routine to twist your moustache. 

#3 – The Chevron Moustache


The Chevron moustache is your classic moustache that was so popular in the ‘80s that almost every man you saw had it. It was popularized by actors like Tom Selleck too. This is your thick moustache that is brushed down and almost has little to no beard to support it. This is a standalone moustache style that will make you look older than you actually are. So if you want that, then, by all means, go for it! 

#4 – The Horseshoe Moustache


The Horseshoe moustache again isn’t a style for everybody. Only a few people can pull it off and you need to grow your facial hair for at least 4 to 5 weeks to be able to pull this off. So how does it work? Once you have grown your hair completely on your face, you need to cut out all the extra hair and shape your moustache like a horseshoe. 

#5 – Walrus Moustache


The Walrus moustache is the oldest of all moustache styles that dates back to hundreds of years. In fact, one of the most famous ‘Walrus’ moustache wearers was Joseph Stalin. This is that kind of a moustache style that will make you look like a man and it’s one of the best moustache styles going around. First of all, you need to be able to grow a big moustache and you should be able to maintain it and style it. 

#6 – English Moustache


An English moustache is something that requires a lot of care and maintenance. So how does this style look? An English moustache is a style that is curled up and more often than not pointed up. Men’s moustaches don’t naturally curl up. The only way to curl it up is by proper maintenance and regular oiling. So every morning and night, you have to curl your stache with your fingers while oiling it up. When you constantly keep doing it, your hair will naturally curl up. 

# 7 – Fu Manchu 


Fu Manchu is one of the most popular fictional characters out there. But people liked him more for his moustache style. This style, called the Fu Manchu, basically has facial hair that is thin that comes down towards your chin. 

#8 – Dali Stache 


No normal man will choose to sport the Dali. The Dali moustache style is basically the exact one that Salvador Dali had. It’s characterized by a long pencil moustache that is pointing upwards. 

How to take care of your moustache

#1 – Shampooing your Moustache

Contrary to what a lot of men think, one can shampoo their moustache. It is hair after all. You can use a mild shampoo to wash off any excess dirt from your mustache area. So yes, can you shampoo your moustache. 

#2 – Keep your skin clean 

One of the biggest grooming tips with regards to moustache maintenance is to keep your skin clean. You have to keep your skin clean for good facial growth. If you maintain your facial skin terribly, then you will start losing hair on your face. It’s similar to the hair on top of your head, if it’s not maintained well, it will start thinning. So a good strategy is to use nice facial wash that is mild and rid of too many chemicals. Make sure to brush under your hair and clean out the skin underneath. 

#4 – Oil your moustache 

One of the best ways to keep your moustache healthy is to oil it. There are numerous moustache oils that are available in the market today that are perfect for moustaches as they are lighter and less oily. Oiling your moustache can also help you style your moustache to something that you like. 

#5 – Trim it, Shave it 

Trimming and shaving your moustache is art. You can do it yourself and every man needs to know how to maintain his moustache. When it comes to trimming, you need a long pair of good quality scissors, good lighting and knowing exactly what you want! 

#6 – Exfoliate your skin  

Another incredible way to grow your moustache hair is to exfoliate your skin that removes all the dirt and grime that helps your hair grow so much faster! 

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