Do you like to grow your mustache? Like the beard, it reaches a point where it must be maintained, and this is where things can get complicated. Burnt Whiskey Beard Co, experts present a guide so that you know how to trim your mustache like a pro and not lose style.
In most cases, the mustache accompanies the beard, so it is important to know when and how to trim it to keep it attractive and improve your appearance.
Size Does Matter
Let it grow without fear, but with control. A good mustache is formed with a good amount of hair. Do not cut it when there is a little amount of hair, this will prevent it from growing all over the place; no one wants to have uncontrolled hairs that are impossible to tame.
Be patient and as it grows, comb it down to create a pattern, best to use a fine-toothed mustache comb.
Before you do, relax to the background music and set up small scissors in a straight line, ready? Now go to a well-lit space with a mirror.
Dampen the mustache with warm water and then rinse with soap to make the hair softer and easier to trim.
Now, remove the soap with warm water and dry superficially with a towel. Remember that the mustache must remain wet.
Comb the mustache back down to identify the hairs to be trimmed. Ideally, the hair should not reach beyond the lip.
Cut the mustache at the bottom area following the line of your upper lip. Avoid cutting too high, as the mustache is wet and will shrink when it dries. To remove volume, gently lift the top layer of the mustache with the help of the comb and carefully cut with the scissors. Remember that it is better to cut less, so we will have the opportunity to correct bad scissors. Comb down again to check the result.
Correct maintenance of the mustache requires repeating this procedure every 4 or 5 days, depending on the growth in each person. To give the final touch, you just have to comb it with the help of wax.
Ready! You are now ready to wear a mustache with style.