Is that a Mustache or are you just happy to see me??
Let’s be honest, mustache’s are hot! There was a time when they were considered a bit creepy and in my opinion had the same stigma as the almighty mullet! These days the Stache is making a comeback and taking no prisoners – men & women!
Really, it’s the accessory that keeps on giving. There’s so many looks one can rock: the Handle bar, Chevron, Dali, Horseshoe, Imperial, Walrus and of course, my favorites – the Pencil and Fu Manchu. There’s something for everyone and you can’t deny the curiosity of the stache.
It was just the other night I was having a cocktail at the Roger Room and was mesmorized by the man sitting next to me. He had one of the most impressive mustache’s I had ever seen, a cross between an English and Imperial. It was so genius, so perfect, so ugly and yet so sexy all at the same time. So I did it. Yes! I couldn’t help myself…I asked if I could twirl it. He obliged. I giggled like a school girl. Satisfaction!
Okay, so maybe you’re not a mustache wearing/growing/twirling type. Fear not! How about dawning a fake – it’s like false eyelashes – no one has to know it’s not real, it’s quick, sometimes painless, take off at end of the night or find in random places the next morning. Adventures in Mustaches!! Perhaps all you really need is a good exfoliation or maybe some tickle action, then consider an interaction with a man who does have one! Find the right mustache and all of that can be taken care of, I’m just sayin 😉
There’s just something so right and sometimes so wrong about the Mustache! It’s fun for everyone. Wear them at a party, dress up a casual gathering, bring them out for a night with the family or even rock the almighty stache at a wedding. Trust me, fun is guaranteed as well as creepy cool totally fresh photos that will continue to amuse you for years to come. For proof, I’ve provided some visual entertainment below.
“Families that wear mustaches together, stay together” – My aunt and Uncle & their kids at our family xmas – 08′
“Grab a hold of these chops” – Me at Amy’s wedding in Mexico in May 2010.