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There is an old English proverb that goes "a man without a moustache is like a cup of tea without sugar." In our calorie-conscious age, tea has tended to come sugar-free for many years now, but the moustache is making a comeback! In fashion, in craft and on the upper lips of hipsters everywhere, the moustache--the soup strainer, nose neighbor, lip tickler, face foliage, slipped eyebrow--is back and here to stay. "The Inspirational Moustache" is a humorous survey of the millennial moustache boom. Edited by Ziggy Hanaor (of "Making Stuff"fame), it features photographs, illustrations, short, witty texts, a handful of moustache-related craft ideas, a summary of key moustache styles (pencil, handlebar, walrus, Fu Manchu, etc), plus funky visuals of such key cultural moments as Movember (i.e. November: moustache awareness-raising month), finger moustaches and of course the World Beard and Moustache Championships.
For decades the moustache has been languishing in fashion?s dark and dingy closet, but at long last the soup strainer, nose neighbour, lip tickler, mouth brow, or whatever else you want to call it is making a comeback. With gorgeous photography and key grooming tips, this book is here to celebrate a seminal moment in the history of facial hair.