You've probably noticed a growing trend in facial hair like never before. Even unexperienced growers can make a game out of spotting a variety of mustaches—and we do mean a variety. Likewise, women will take notice to your mouth before you even open it. There's a gamut of ways to style your 'stache, and here's what the following 10 tell her about you.
Chevron: You grow the hair out, shaving so that the ’stache covers most of your upper lip. What it Says: I am going to bust you for weed.
Handlebar: The hair grows long, past the lips, and is curled upward and sometimes around with moustache wax. What it Says: I appreciate the finer points of paleomasculinity and possibly own a penny farthing.
Face Creeper: You start shaving, then you get bored. What it Says: Though I don’t remember it, I was once in an outlaw biker club.
Fu Manchu: Shave in the middle, let the left and right sides grow long. What it Says: I am a nefarious super-criminal hell-bent on world domination.
Toothbrush: Just the middle part of a ’stache, thick. What it Says: “Hitler,” mostly.
Pencil: A thin line of hair along your upper lip. What it Says: I drink gin and tonics. I have a tailor. I know what a haberdasher is.
English: Grow hair mostly from the philtrum and surrounding area. Moustache wax to extend it straight out optional. What it Says: I know what steampunk is and I like it.
Magnum: Tom Selleck. What it Says: I do porn.
Major: A more restrained version of the Chevron, trimmed down and shaved into a more triangular shape. What it Says: This is all the military would let me grow.
Horseshoe: Grow the hair across the top of your upper lip, then down in a straight line to the chin. What it Says: I’ll rock a jean jacket, jeans and denim shirt together. What?