Growing a sexy moustache takes more than months of refusing to touch the razor. There’s plenty of maintenance work involved. And if you’re planning to grow a hair garden on your upper lip soon, The Moustache Grower’s Guide is a must-buy for your reference library.
Written by bearded author Lucien Edwards, the book offers an illustrated guide spanning 144 pages, filled with all the instructions you will need to grow and maintain the moustache of your dreams. Hopefully, they give detailed directions about what tools to get, as well, because the gardening tools I tried to trim my facial hair with last time really messed up my style.
The Moustache Grower’s Guide covers 30 different types of classic and modern moustache styles. The product page lists such awesome-sounding names as Handlebar, Fu Manchu, Laser Loop, Lumberjack, Aeronaut, Crustache and Pyramid. I have no idea what any of those mean, but they’re moustaches — so you can bet they’re cool and sexy and sophisticated (and just a little silly).
Not only does it address the growing, trimming and taking care of your facial hair parts, the book also gives fashion suggestions to help you maximize the impact of your upper lip centerpiece. And we mean real stuff to make you look dapper day in and day out, not silly accessories like the Moustache Flask or a Carstache on your ride. Oh yeah, there’s supposed to be plenty of exclusive advice from professional moustache-growing competitors, too, just in case you never knew they existed (yes, I never knew they existed).
Amazon has the Moustache Grower’s Guide on hardcover, priced at $9.95.
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