Mustaches in #Quarantine


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A quarantine trend of 2020, men growing fancy mustaches to go with their beards, is a topic not unknown by David Copperfield. Copperfield, a character in the novel Jane Eyre Gets Real by Annabelle Troy, was invented by #CharlesDickens, himself no stranger to facial hair. Modern men see mustache-growing as a sign of self-determination in a powerless time. Victorian men may have simply done it to gain an extra layer of warmth in grim winters!

Regardless of the reason here are some classic types of stache, for anyone seeking inspiration:

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The Handlebar

Known for its upturned curves, this will make you look like a rogue in no time! Just be prepared for a lot of booing and hissing.

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The Chevron

You can never go wrong with a classic.

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Pencil

Barely there facial hair, for that touch of retro glamour.

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The Horseshoe

Carries a high visual impact “punch.”

The 19th Century Mustache – The Pennington Edition
Imperial

You know who you are and you’re not afraid to rock it!

For some of the best mustache jokes ever, watch 10,000 Ways to Die in the West directed by #SethMacFarlane, The pompous character played by Neil Patrick Harris owns an emporium dedicated to mustache grooming, and is proud to woo his sweetheart with spoils from the proceeds, including “blankets” and “wrapped candies.”

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