Joseph J. Sydlo
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Joseph J. Sydlo Jun 22, 2016. 12 Replies

I have previously posted a few questions about my handlebar moustache and now I'm back for more! Last week it was VERY humid in my region (Nashville area) and this obviously affected my moustache.…Continue

Tags: moustache, handlebar

Fedora Casual Wear

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gentleman Engineer Jun 13, 2016. 18 Replies

Gentlmen,Mr. Frank Sinatra is well known for his unique style with the Fedora hat. Now, a fedora is perfect for practically any occasion, but how would I pull off a fedora in casual clothes (being a…Continue

Handlebar Moustache Advice.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mongoose Jun 14, 2016. 10 Replies

Hello Gentlemen, I am just about 20 years old and have been growing a handlebar moustache for a little over a year now. May I first say, it is the best decision I have made thus far. However, I often…Continue

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Joseph J. Sydlo replied to Chris Hopkins's discussion I want to grow a beard
"I am a young man and proudly wear a handlebar moustache. Because moustache and beard hair are essentially the same, they would grow similarly. If you want a full "natural" beard, let the thing grow. Your body will naturally give you a…"
Jul 3, 2016
Joseph J. Sydlo replied to Joseph J. Sydlo's discussion Question
"Thank you, it makes sense now."
Jun 22, 2016
Joseph J. Sydlo replied to Joseph J. Sydlo's discussion Question
"Thank you, I really appreciate it."
Jun 22, 2016
Joseph J. Sydlo replied to Joseph J. Sydlo's discussion Question
"Thank you"
Jun 22, 2016
Sir replied to Joseph J. Sydlo's discussion Question
"Those are obviously English words (except "GE"), but when you put them in that order they don't make any sense."
Jun 22, 2016
Gentleman Engineer replied to Joseph J. Sydlo's discussion Question
"The profferings of Clubman would exist as lacking in rigidity. One fails, thus, to find such as sufficient. The waxes which one does proffer preference would require the removal from the vessel with the aid of those extremities of keratin. An…"
Jun 22, 2016
Shane replied to Joseph J. Sydlo's discussion Question
"I was translating GE's statement for you. -"For those months of enthalpy" = energetic systems: --when humidity is high and barometric pressure is rising, you need a wax with a more substantive thickening. -"alter the direction…"
Jun 22, 2016
Joseph J. Sydlo replied to Joseph J. Sydlo's discussion Question
"Perhaps be more straight forward in your English grammar. I barely understood you, and GE seems to be compensating for something due to his overly colorful language. Furthermore, you stated I need thicker wax in storm season, and to change my…"
Jun 22, 2016
Shane replied to Joseph J. Sydlo's discussion Question
"I understood GE better than I understand you."
Jun 22, 2016
Joseph J. Sydlo replied to Joseph J. Sydlo's discussion Question
"Thank you. I use neutral clubman for a primary wax, then twise the ends with firm hold secondary wax from "CanYouHandlebar"."
Jun 22, 2016
Shane replied to Joseph J. Sydlo's discussion Question
"During storm season you need a thicker wax. And, change up your twist."
Jun 22, 2016
Joseph J. Sydlo replied to Joseph J. Sydlo's discussion Question
"Can you please rephrase that in simpler terms?"
Jun 22, 2016
Gentleman Engineer replied to Joseph J. Sydlo's discussion Question
"Humidity ambient does affect the behaviours of hair. In addition, there would exist occasions wherein one must alter the direction of rotation initial—that which does reduce the sigma of vectors of strands, and exists prior to the curl. For…"
Jun 22, 2016
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I have previously posted a few questions about my handlebar moustache and now I'm back for more! Last week it was VERY humid in my region (Nashville area) and this obviously affected my moustache. During that week, my moustache shed a few hairs every day (which I read it normal), but it seems the left curl of my moustache is shorter than it was before. Additionally, my "curl" just won't curl no matter how much wax I use. What are your thoughts/advice? It does not look bad, and I've gotten many…See More
Jun 22, 2016
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Jun 20, 2016
Mongoose replied to Joseph J. Sydlo's discussion Handlebar Moustache Advice.
"I'll be that post was very satisfying for you :-) I did fail to mention that there ARE times and places for trimming the bottoms of mustaches, and those look awesome, as well. There's no "correct" way to grow or wear facial fur.…"
Jun 14, 2016

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Science, mathematics, music, pipe/cigar smoking, reading, writing in journal, thinking, hanging out, relaxation, Judaism.
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The Bible, The Great Gatsby, inspirational and educational books (science and math).
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Comedies, horror, action. A good practical movie.
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Reggae, classical, jazz, funk, RnB.

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At 10:58am on June 8, 2016, Joseph J. Sydlo said…
The stache still looks good!
At 4:55pm on June 7, 2016, Tee Jay said…

Sorry I missed the last part of your chat, Joseph.  No need to worry, your stache may not grow much more now but give it some time.  I found this pic from when I was starting to grow mine out a few years ago--not nearly as impressive as yours though....

 
 
 

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