Different Mustache Styles And Grooming

Stan 24/03/2017 2
Different Mustache Styles And Grooming

When you are trying to create a better personal look, check out the benefits of growing a mustache. Whether you are new to growing facial hair, or have many years of experience, a mustache can better accentuate your style. Learn more about the popular mustache styles and grooming tip to achieve success.

Mustaches Are Perfect for Anyone’s Personal Style

You have plenty of options when it comes time to grow a mustache. There are classic styles like the Chevron and Horseshoe, as well as the always-popular lampshade. The Chevron is wide and thick enough to cover the entire lip, and can easily be maintained.

The handlebar style mustaches offer a change of pace for those looking for a style update. You can have either a large or small handlebar mustache. The handlebar style of mustache requires regular maintenance and trimming, so you will need to be diligent in your grooming.

Grooming Routine Offers Short and Long-Term Benefits

When you are checking out beard care products, look for balms and oils that contain all-natural ingredients. Ingredients such as Jojoba Oil, Grapeseed Oil, and Hempseed Oil offer short and long-term benefits for your beard. They will nourish and moisturise your facial hair.

When you are putting together your beard grooming kit, make sure to have products that help your facial hair grow in evenly. Growing a beard or mustache will be a huge change for your face, and you need to find a style that suits your body. Before shaving or trimming your beard or mustache, wait at least five weeks.

There are plenty of ways to have a cooler personal look. When it comes time to ensure that you have healthier facial hair, check out your options in a grooming routine. This will help you grow your beard in longer and more evenly.


*Disclaimer: This was a collaborative post with Lovely Beards.


  1. Paul 28/03/2017 at 4:46 pm - Reply

    I’m seriously debating whether to grow a beard or not! I’m getting to two weeks and it’s just so itchy.

  2. Richard 03/04/2017 at 2:00 pm - Reply

    I haven’t shaved since Christmas!

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