Looking very distinguished with both the stache and the pipe, Jason is ready for business. He claims that he has been growing it for three years, and he has no need for wax. Or Just For Men. Leave the white stripe, man, birthmarks are God’s way of telling you the stache was a good idea.
Jason, to the left, is a throwback. Sure, a throwback in the sense that he has a mustache (and looks like he may have been an extra in “Gangs of New York”), but he’s also a throwback with his stache enhancers.
His stache is maintained without waxes or other products, and he simply combs it in the morning and then twists it a few times throughout the day.
Can your stache look this good without wax? I know mine can’t. Mostly because I don’t have one right now. I know, my life is a fraud.
Bearhug! sent in the below video. Women who have a mustache that only shows up when using a camera are a common problem. So watch out for them- you never know when the girl of your dreams may have a secret stache. Hence her being the girl of your dreams.
Not like an actual stache, because that might be itchy. That’s not to say, of course, that you shouldn’t cuddle up next to a guy with a bigote on his upper lip. You should. Mustached men need more love. It’s science.
Anyway, we here at Stachist often get emails about stache products, and the pillow to the left is a perfect example of that. It, and other mustache delights, can be purchased at the Musatche Marvel store.
So go ahead, get the pillow and give your head a rest. It’s been getting fatigued under the weight of your mustache.
A loyal reader named Tony, who is a filmmaker based in Fayetteville, Arkansas, is working on a short film called “Stache Force One: The Case of the Stache Ripper.” He has launched a Kickstarter to try and raise some funds for the project, and you can donate here.
He describes the plot of the short: “The film is about mustache detectives hunting down the deadly Stache Ripper, who is threatening a community by stealing every mustache off of its citizens.”
Stache on, Tony. And stay away from the Stache Ripper.
So I am currently the Stachist foreign correspondent – or at least I can claim to be so for the next 3 months.
But as my first post about the mustaches that abound outside our United States, I will share with you my first story of Mustachioed good will overcoming cultural and language barriers.
I was in Segovia, Spain just minding my own business, walking through a castle. I was thinking about Stachist a little, and was hoping that I might luck out and find some stained glass with an impressive mustache or two. But I ran into something much better.
While taking pictures of the castle to prove to friends and family that I was in fact experiencing this foreign country, this man came up to me and asked if he could take a picture of me. And so of course I spun the situation around on him and asked if we could take a picture together. Little did he know I was getting a wonderful photo AND a blogpost out of our running into one another.
The sunglasses hide a bit of sadness, as, contrary to the usual situation of women fawning over his stache, his lip rug lead to a breakup. He says, “My girlfriend asked me to get rid of it because she was embarrassed to be seen in public with it. So I got rid of my girlfriend.”
Wise choice, youngblood.
BAM – Look at that mustache. Right up in your face. Just like The Black Keys.
Now, why do I emphasize their prominence?
Is it because they have become quite popular over the last few years?
Is it because I managed to never listen to them all that time despite them being a local band from near my home town?
But I would really recommend giving them a listen if you haven’t already. They bring their music back to an impressive classic blues rock style – just like lead singer / guitarist Dan Auerbach’s mustache.
Lucas Valentine, to the left, has the glorious trifecta of facial accoutrement: the huge horn-rimmed glasses and the black bow tie serve as the bread for the meat of Lucas’s beautifully groomed and waxed stache. A stache sandwich, some would say.
Lucas is a music producer, and a DJ. You can check out his shizz here: http://www.kozm-agency.tv/artist/lucas/
He spins records with his stache, allegedly.
Boris, who we last saw in the video promoting “Stache Fresh,” is back again, this time telling the tale of one man who decides to leave his mo, and how it is eventually loved. Kind of like Jane Seymour’s Open Heart Collection from Kay’s Jewelers. It’s like her mother always said, “If you have an open heart, love will always find its way.” And it will- just watch the video.