First tool used for shaving, making the 'moustache' possible
A stiff pomade used to hold the hairs in place, especially at the extremities
____ and Cheeks
The areas that must be shaved to keep a moustache from becoming a full beard
Moustache Style: Long, with downward pointing ends, generally past the chin
Moustache Style: Narrow, straight, and thin, outlining the upper lip
Moustache Style: Bushy, with small upward pointing ends
Famous Moustacher: This woman was a famous, self taught Mexican painter, who embraced her moustache, including it in her self portraits, as well as a unibrow
Famous Moustacher: This man, famous for his 'Toothbrush' moustache, is better remembered for begging WW2
Famous Moustacher: This English comic actor, best known for the silent film era, also was famous for his 'Toothbrush' moustache. Unfortunately, it was artificial most of his life
Famous Moustacher: This retired American swimmer won 7 golds at the 1972 Olympic games sprouting a moustace. When asked why he didn't shave it to reduce drag, he replied that created a pocket of air for him to breate
The oldest artifact depicting a moustache is from 300 B.C. It shows one of these men
The word 'Moustache' can be traced back ultimatley to a diminutive of this language
A drinking cup with a semicircular ledge inside, used to keep the moustache dry while drinking
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