Estilos de bigotes
Sometimes you don’t want to hide too much of your face behind facial hair. Whether it’s due to occupation, climate, look or preferences, a mustache may be the way to go. Wahl has the best trimmers for the job and offers instructions on how to add character to your face with several popular mustache types.
The Pyramid Mustache starts with a wide base at the lip and tapers up to nearly a point under the nose.
Wing Tips Mustache
The Wing Tips Mustache is defined by its flowing pattern and wingtip corners, providing a look that has withstood historical eras.
The Military Mustache adheres to the standards of the armed services and provides a short, well-maintained look.
Easy to grow and maintain, the Pilot Mustache provides a bit of character to any face.
Grow out your mustache and add some mustache wax and a few twirls to get the head-turning Handlebar Mustache.
Get a throwback look by adding flared sideburns to your mustache.
Take your mustache down past the corners of your mouth like a couple of holstered six shooters and you have the Western Mustache.
Western Soul Mustache
Add a Soul Patch to a Western Mustache and you have the Western Soul Mustache look.
The Soul Stache combines a mustache and Soul Patch but doesn’t cover too much of the face.
The Chevron Mustache provides a fuller look than the Military Mustache, covering more of the upper lip.
Sometimes called a Pencil Mustache, the Trash Stache adds character to the upper lip, while not drawing away from the rest of the face.