It’s nearly November, which means only one thing in the wet shaving community – it’s Movember! Time to don that Moustache & be charitable by supporting UK charity the Movember Foundation. So, you have decided to take part, but what we hear you cry, is the best moustache style to go for?
9 of the best moustache styles this Movember:
A sophisticated staple, easy to achieve. Think Parisian street artist, a wispy mo – grab your moustache wax & give those ends a good curl!
Grab that takeaway & go all out with a horseshoe style tash, keep it thick on the top lip & bring it straight on each side to your chin. If you are feeling ambitious, dye it blond Hulk Hogan style! Looks like a goatee with the bottom shaved off.
Grow it thin, keep it trimmed neatly so it forms a thin line, as if it had been drawn by a pencil. Make sure you leave a gap between the moustache and the nose. Straight out of a 40s film, Clark Gable & Errol Flynn had this one mastered.
Over the years rock & pop legends have ‘rocked’ the moustache, from Freddie Mercury to The Beatles. Let it grow thick & out on the cheeks for extra stardom!
If you can grow, give this one a go! Usually this one can take up to 5 months as the hair is left to overhang the top lip, hence the term walrus.
This mo means business. No Movember would be the same without a Tom Selleck Magnum Pi Mo. A classic 1980s full & thick moustache across the top lip.
Inspired by famous painter Salvador Dali, the most absurd of moustaches. Grow your mo thin & neat on the top lip and using moustache wax flick the ends skyward!
A style for those that have time! This is the epitome of manliness. Definition is the key here, a thick moustache that is twisted and styled out past the ends of the lips resembling the handlebars of a motorbike
Think Antonio Banderas! Make this cheeky Mo work for you by giving yourself a gap in the middle, almost like eyebrows and making the ends pointy. Then leave a little triangle just under the lower lip for extra Zorro effect!