Names of mustache and beard styles

How to Grow a Mustache: 11 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow

Mustaches are back. For November and beyond, this classic and versatile facial hair style is increasingly popular with all sorts of men, and can be a good way to experiment with different shaving styles, depending on what you're looking for. You can learn how to grow your mustache the quickest, healthiest, and cleanest way possible, as well as some tips about styling your 'stache.Part 1 of 2: Growing Your Mustache Out Grow out your beard first. The hair on top of your lip can look a little thin at first. If you want to avoid some initial awkwardness, consider growing out all your facial hair first, and then trimming the rest of the beard off when the mustache is ready, or progressively...

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Passionate WWE fans scream for their faves Sunday, Local,

MOLINE — If the bare-knuckled, brutal violence of World Wrestling Entertainment is fake, the "E" in WWE definitely is real, and the full-throated fans at the iWireless Center Sunday proved that.Across a slew of series of intense matches (both inside and outside the ring in the center of the arena floor), featuring swaggering muscle men (and a couple women) who often embody superhero, cartoonish characteristics, the boisterous Moline crowd was almost deafening. They cheered, booed, chanted, clapped in unison, "oohed" with every blow and counted down most of the referee's pounding the mat during a climactic pin."Just the crowds — everybody's into it, everybody's passionate," longtime...

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From 1860-1916 the Uniform Regulations for the British Army Required Every Soldier to have a Moustache

From 1860-1916 the Uniform Regulations for the British Army Required Every Soldier to have a Moustache Today I found out that uniform regulation in the British Army between the years 1860 and 1916 stipulated that every soldier should have a moustache.Command No. 1,695 of the King’s Regulations read:The hair of the head will be kept short. The chin and the under lip will be shaved, but not the upper lip…Although the act of shaving one’s upper lip was trivial in itself, it was considered a breach of discipline. If a soldier were to do this, he faced disciplinary action by his commanding officer which could include imprisonment, an especially unsavory prospect in the Victorian era....

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