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Mustaches

A group where men can revel in the manliness of MUSTACHES

Members: 44
Latest Activity: Mar 14

Introduction to the Mustache Group

Mustaches have been a controversial part of history, they have been banned by kings, forbidden by employers and used as a form of protest. The popularity of mustaches has had its peeks and valleys but today we find ourselves at the lowest of the lows. Somewhere in time mustaches have fallen from the grace in our society. It has become an eyesore, an embarrassment and most disturbingly a joke. In the past a mustache was a symbol of being a man. It showed the world yes I have reached male adulthood and I am proud of it. We need to bring this back! This is why I bring you the Mustache Group. Lets restore mustaches to there former glory days. This is not just a group but a grass roots cultural movement. A revolution if you will. The Mustache Group is the beginning of this revolution. So let the hair on your upper lip grow and VIVA LA MUSTACHE!!

Discussion Forum

Mustaches and wax

Started by Kilted Bear. Last reply by Henry Mar 14. 5 Replies

I want to start using mustache wax and have been looking around at different ones. What kind does everyone use.Thanks,BlakeContinue

Growing a Mustache

Started by William Jun 22, 2013. 0 Replies

Doing and liking it I'm letting my Mustache liking the look and getting good feedback

Tags: Mustache

too young ?

Started by William. Last reply by William Jan 29, 2013. 2 Replies

i keep a short cropped full beard had have shaved it down to a mustache for movember afew years in a row always going back to a full beard love the look of a mustache but feel i'm too young to keep…Continue

Tags: beard, hair, young, mustache

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Comment by Michael Doucette on March 3, 2014 at 9:44pm
Hello gents,

I loved my moustache. I say loved because I shaved it recently and it can't grow back fast enough. Every man is entitled to a few errors in judgement aren't they?
Comment by LouieHoughtonGermelman on December 13, 2013 at 11:54am

When I worked at Walt Disney World several years ago I was advised by security to trim my 'stache into something between Chaplin and Hitler. Obviously my tenure there was shortlived. I have warmed my upper lip in this fashion for over five decades and do not welcome critiques, only admirers.

Comment by Rick Stevens on November 9, 2013 at 12:20pm

I have had a moustache since I was 18.  I only shaved it once but grew it right back.  Love having one. I keep it thick but trimmed neatly..looks like Tom Selleck's.

Comment by Ron Knapper on July 4, 2012 at 10:18am

You are correct Oguzhan, you can't "reply" to a comment. You can only "reply" on discussions. See above for the "Add a Discussion" link to start a discussion if needed.

Comment by Oğuzhan T. on June 28, 2012 at 4:04pm

Hello William, I couldn't figure out how to reply your comment (maybe it isn't an option to reply) The Clubman Wax is very good for everytypes of staches. It has different colours and it has a fine toothed comb in it. You can use it cavalierly.

Have a nice day.

Comment by William Calvo on June 19, 2012 at 11:03pm

Hi brothers... I recently decided to grow a mustache. I want to find a good wax that look natural and hold everything in place without look like plastic or paraffin… any recommendations?

Comment by Erik Willke on September 17, 2011 at 11:39am

I dug this picture out the other day.  This was taken probably 13 years ago when I was still in the Navy.  the only facial hair we could have was a mustache so I sported one.  It doesn't show up too well in this one. 

 

The universal gesture of displease was because my best friend was holding his camera and making fun of me for being on flightdeck watch, which as an E5 was something I was not supposed to have to do.  I'm not sure but I probably pissed off the watch leader sometime on Liberty.

Comment by Ray Ryder on February 28, 2011 at 8:37am
I've just recently grown a mustache and I enjoy the way it looks and feels. Looking forward to letting it grow and trying different waxes to shape it the way I want.
 

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