Ah, the grand spectacle that is National Mustache Day, the day when mustaches rule supreme, upstaging their full-beard counterparts (sorry ‘No-Shave November’). No form of facial hair quite commands respect and admiration like the standalone mustache, and on this day, we give it the spotlight it deserves.
It's national mustache day on the 27th September.
When we look back in the annals of internet history, there’s no evidence to suggest that National Mustache Day has been a ‘thing’ for long. Our data shows only a sprinkle of 32 mentions online, with the most mentions happening on the 27th September 2020. How this day sprouted its silken hair, we’ll probably never know. But it's safe to say it has now been shaved into the annual calendar.
Mustaches are more than mere facial hair, they’re symbols of style, machismo, and sometimes, downright quirkiness! They've been sported by some of history’s most iconic figures- from Salvador Dalí’s eccentric skyward-pointing mustache to Tom Selleck’s rugged Magnum P.I. look.
It’s simple. Grow a mustache! Whether you choose a handlebar, a chevron, or a Fu Manchu, is entirely up to you. People also show their appreciation for the day by sharing pictures of their impressive 'staches on social media, or by celebrating famous mustachioed icons. Just remember to keep it fun and respectful!
Caring for a mustache requires patience, grooming and a whole lot of love. This National Mustache Day, salute the 'stache and all the attention, conversation, and head-turns it inevitably brings.
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