This is for all you guys! If you want to know the different mustache types that you can sport, this is the article for you! Read it and decide which one you want.
Captain Jack Sparrow decorated his. Charlie Chaplin had a teeny tiny one. Albert Einstein’s immortalized his. Hulk Hogan prided himself on his one. Mario and Luigi, wouldn’t be so adorable without it. What am I getting at? Their mustaches, of course! What were you thinking? All the personalities (and video game characters) mentioned above are well known for the different types of mustaches that they sport. In fact, if you take their mustaches away, they may appear as unrecognizable and inconspicuous as anyone walking on the street. Well maybe not Captain Jack Sparrow. But you get my point, don’t you? This article will throw some light on different mustache styles that you can try out.
Grow a full mustache. Then shave off the sides of the mustache, keeping only an inch or two right below the center of the nose.
Pull the hair on two opposite sides in such a way that it remains big and full in the center and tapering towards the ends.
This mustache begins at the upper lip, right in the center, and as it grows, it is pulled sideways into whiskers curled upwards.
Fu Manchu Mustache
This one begins normally, and as it tapers, towards, the ends are allowed to grow long and turn downwards, often times, way below the chin
Salvador Dali, the famous artist sported this style: an extremely narrow mustache at the upper lip, and the ends curving sharply upwards.
This mustache is bushy at the center, and tapers towards the end. The edges are very gently curved upwards to resemble a handle.
Allow enough growth on the upper lip, and any excess or stray hair must be cut or trimmed to give the face a neat and mature look.
Petite Handlebar Mustache
A trimmer version of the handlebar mustache, this one is neater and more slightly more curved than its big brother.
Quite similar to the fu-manchu, the horseshoe mustache ends on the face, while the fu manchu extends even below the chin.
Painter’s Brush Mustache
This one resembles a Chevron, but does not have the curve on its underside. Instead it is flat and resembles a paintbrush.
These were some styles that you can try to wear, in case you want to give your face a different look. Keeping your mustache neat and trimmed is important to prevent your face from looking like a hairball. Have fun with them!