Comb your moustache daily
A moustache is currently the second most popular type of facial hair after a beard and there are many ways to style it. How to care for your moustache. Generally, beards need: to be washed (to remove dust and dirt), trimmed, nourished, brushed and shaped. A moustache is a little more work (it’s no wonder that apparently the average man with a moustache touches it up to 760 times per day!), but it’s worth it. “Definitely let your moustache grow to a certain length so you can style it,” recommends Vítek from Tony Adam’s Barbershop.
TIP: Why should you celebrate Movember? By growing a moustache during November, men all over the world are raising awareness and educating about men’s health issues that are often overlooked. Most notably testicular and prostate cancer, mental health issues and suicide. Rather inconspicuously at first, this charitable initiative started to gather traction around the world back in 2003 – as with many great ideas, it originated in a bar. Two friends in Australia, Travis and Luke, decided to bring the moustache back into fashion and found 30 other men who were willing to take part. Today it’s millions.
“To maintain your beard, it’s good to use a special soap and shampoo with vitamins and minerals three times a week,” explains our barber. Shampoos wash out impurities gently whilst softening and nourishing your beard. How do you do it? Apply a beard shampoo to a damp beard, lather up and rub. Leave for a while before rinsing with water.