HERE COMES MOVEMBER
CHARITY CHALLENGE AND MOUSTACHE MASTERY
November means Movember, the annual event when real men grow magnificent moustaches to raise awareness of male health issues from prostate to testicular cancer. This year, our master tailor Jazzy is taking the challenge in Oxford and growing his own fine moustache. Here's some wise words to keep him looking dapper.
MO GROWTH AND GROOMING
A man committed to moustachery should own the following: barber scissors, clippers, a fine-toothed comb, a large mirror, a trusty razor, a steady hand and a determined mind.
Shampoo regularly. As fetching as they are, moustaches collect all sorts of things. No matter how fine the food, it doesn’t belong in your mo. Approach sticky, slimy, flaky foods with caution.
Moustache hair is coarse and benefits from regular conditioning. Work some conditioner into your mo then rinse thoroughly. It will make your hairy journey that bit softer, for both you and your intimate friends.
Wash your face with a hot towel to steam and cleanse the skin under your moustache as it can suffer from drying and itching.
*Dampen your moustache to trim. Wet hair is easier to cut as it will bounce as it dries.
*Use a fine-toothed comb to gently rake the hairs so they run in one direction.
*Trim stray hairs on the outer edge and bottom line of your moustache.
*Run clippers over the body of the mo for a consistent level of bush and bounce.
*Foam up, then run a sharp razor along the outer edge.
To sponsor Jazzy’s growth please go to: https://mobro.co/clementsandchurch
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