Do Moustaches Really Symbolise The Manhood?

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“Moochh nahin to kuchh nahin”

One of the most ironic symbols of manhood is moustaches. These have been in trend from earlier times to current era. Moustaches are so popular now that everyone considers them to be cool.

This moustaches mania today is very much popular among young adults, fascination with beards and moustaches takes many forms. Some boys grow them ‘coz they like it, others grow just to seek attention and a few to win championships with them.

Presenting the best moustache style:

The Handlebar moustaches aka Khundiyaan Muchaan in Punjab

This classic ‘mushhe’ is very popular among youngsters.

The Pencil Moustaches

Very simple to achieve. Thin & Neat.

The Burnside Moustaches

Reportedly, named after its namesake Ambrose Burnside, the Burnside is one of the more unusual moustache styles to try.

The Rockstar Moustaches

If you want to give your best shot to any concert or event, then try this moustache style and it’s sizable.

The Horseshoe Moustaches

Hulk Hogan definitely made this one popular in the ’80s. It’s an acquired taste for sure, though not a big challenge.

The Push-Broom Moustaches

They say the classics never go out of style. 40 or 50 uncles still love to keep their moustaches in push-broom style.

The Dali Moustaches

There is really only one man brave enough to make this moustache work. The Dali is inspired by the moustache of legendary Spanish painter Salvador Dali.

The Fu Manchu Moustache

We do not envy the folks who try to grow out the legendary Fu Manchu moustache, but we applaud those willing to put in the time and effort.

With so many variations, is there anything else worth trying? You be the judge!

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