Simple, elegant & manly, Chevron mustache defines these 3 terms at a time perfectly. From DC’s Superman (Hanry Cavill) to Marvel’s Captain America (Chris Evans) follow this mustache style. Beard has been known as the major sign of manliness, but a full beard is not a piece of cake for every man. But a mustache is something that almost every man can wear. Chevron mustache is the most popular mustache style among the men out there. It is simple, very easy to style & almost no maintenance is required. That’s the main reason for its popularity. For example, you, of course, have seen Tom Sellek wearing his amazing chevron mustache, right? But the funny thing about this mustache style is that many men are wearing this mustache but don’t know the exact name. For them, it’s just an ordinary mustache. Nevertheless, every mustache style has its own name, so does this one.
The name, Chevron mustache reflects heavyweight. It really is a heavy mustache with a thick layer of mustache hairs that almost cover your whole upper lip. It’s also said that this style represents the bravery & audacity in a man. If you are someone who wants to achieve these characteristics by wearing a chevron mustache then you are at the right place. Here, let us tell you about every details of styling a chevron mustache.
Like styling some other famous mustache styles, for example, Horseshoe, Handlebar, Dali, etc. you need to prepare yourself. The preparation begins from the time you have decided to wear chevron mustache. It doesn’t need any special requirement like the in the Handlebar mustache or Horseshoe mustache or Dali mustache need. In case of these mustaches styles mostly you need to lengthen the corner edges of your mustache, not the mustache hairs above your upper lip. But in case of chevron mustache, you need to lengthen your whole mustache hair & let it grow as long as it’s about to cross your upper lip. It may take about 2-3 months as the preparation of this mustache. Whilst you are getting ready for this mustache style you can trim your beard several times, but not the mustache. When you are ready then just follow these simple steps to style your chevron mustache.
Here are some basic items you need during your styling:
- Shaving Gel
- Mustache Comb
- Small Grooming Scissors
- Optional: Moustache Wax
Here Are The Steps:
The first thing you need to do is shave your beard. For this, you need to prepare your face for shaving. For safer shaving, you should exfoliate your face with a gentle face scrub & then wash your face with lukewarm water. You can also get a hot towel & press into your face for a while. This will make your beard hair smoother. You can also trim your beard before shaving attaching the comb for easier shaving.
Apply the shaving gel/foam you have. Start shaving from beside your ears towards your jawline. Shave your chick, under your lower lip & neck. Shave with gentle strokes at a time & rinse your razor with clean water several times. Don’t shave your mustache. Take extra cautions during shaving besides your mustache.
After finish shaving, take the mustache comb & start combing your mustache to the direction it grows.
Take the scissors & look for any over lengthening mustache hair. In case of chevron mustache you should remember that your mustache hair won’t cross your upper lip, neither cover your mouth. Cut any unwanted mustache hair.
Now rinse your face with clean water and dry up your face. Take the comb again & comb your mustache for a neat look. You can apply a little bit mustache wax & then comb again for a long-lasting hold.
Here your mustache badge is ready. Now show the world your mighty style. One thing to remember, you need to wash & comb your chevron mustache regularly, otherwise, it will give you a messy look.
Some Chevron Mustache Styles With Different Face Shapes:
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