Movember – The Ultimate Guide to Spontaneous Moustache Growing and Care

MO13 Primary Logo Ranged POS copyMovember might be upon us, but it’s always a good plan to grow a moustache – especially as winter is coming, because that fluffy, tufty moustache will keep your upper lip toasty warm through the colder days! Not only that, it also seems that moustaches are growing in popularity – yep, that’s right, some people are actually attracted to a good moustache; just reference Jonny Depp, Jude Law and Robert Downey Jr. for example.

So if you’d like to nurture the look of distinguished and handsome gentleman and grow your own ‘tache, follow this guide, and we promise after just a few weeks you’ll be able to be proud of your facial fluff.

Read what we wrote earlier on How To Make Your Beard Grow Thicker and Faster.

Step One – Planning Your Mo’ is Everything

Sadly, there’s one simple thing that puts most men off growing a moustache, and that is that there’s this unpleasant in-between stage where your young ‘tache hasn’t quite get formed, and you simply look like you’ve forgotten to shave for a couple of days. It’s not such a good look, so try to plan the perfect time for growing your moustache – this might be over a long weekend, or when you have a week off.

You’ll also want to know from the start what site you’re going for. There are plenty of ways to see what you look like with different styles of moustaches – all you have to do is upload a photo of yourself to an online moustache generator! The types of moustache you can choose are plentiful, whether you want a classic pencil tache, a handlebar moustache or even a horseshoe style. movember

Image Source

You’ll also need to plan what products you need to maintain your mo’, so, let’s move on to step two…

Step Two – Building a Moustache Maintenance Kit and Establish a Routine

movember Don’t delay, get a moustache kit today – moustaches are temperamental things; sometimes they’ll spring up on your face overnight, and other days they’ll crawl slowly up your face in the wrong direction – either way, you’ll need to make sure you’ve got a good kit of moustache goodies that will tame the hairy caterpillar.

We recommend that you should keep a good sharp razor on your bathroom shelf, as this will help you make all those precision facial hair shapes you need. The Bolin Webb Razor R1 Argent is stylish and up to the job! Pair it with the Billy Jealousy Whipped Cream Traditional Lather and follow up with the Jack Black Post-Shave Cooling Gel, as this not only soothes redness, but it also helps to prevent flaking and dryness, which is a common problem for those of us with moustaches.

Having facial hair can hide all manner of sins, but if you’ve got dry skin, you might get visible flakes coming through your moustache and beard, and it can be a lot more noticeable that you might think. That’s why it’s important to establish a good routine with the Kyoku Exfoliating Facial Scrub, and the Kyoku Facial Moisturiser.

Step 3 – Grow Your Mo and Aftercare

Every man grows facial hair in a different way, so just because you’re best friend sprouted majestic upper-lip foliage overnight doesn’t mean you can too! You might very well end up with a patchy ginger moustache that doesn’t match you hair, but don’t worry, there are ways of dealing with this. Try using a wax to tame your moustache, and if you need to dye it, there are plenty of moustache dye gels out there!

Finally, just keep an eye on your mo’ for stray hairs, and anything that dares to step out of line – attack it regularly with some small trimming scissors and a comb, and soon you’ll have the moustache of your dreams – it’ll be so good you won’t want to get rid of it come December!

Enter the Dollar Shave Club Give-A-Way!

And to get a jump start for whenever you do plan on shaving again, you might want to get in on this chance for a $50 Dollar Shave Club Give-A-Way. They ship good razors straight to your door each month, on the cheap!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

About Todd Mayfield

He's a lover, not a fighter. But he's also a fighter, so don't get any ideas.

He works for a series of private schools to advance innovative education to combat ballooning classroom sizes and challenge the status quo of the current public and private education format.

Speak Your Mind

*