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Our London location – recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s oldest barbershop – has been grooming discerning gents since 1805, and is no stranger to the rise and fall of facial fashions.

 

Since peak beard popularity may have come with the rise of cabin-chic ruggedness, men's facial fashions are likely about to bring about another renaissance— the return of the moustache.

 

Equal parts masculine and transformative in its abilities to lend additional intrigue to a man's face, the moustache can serve multiple aesthetics. Customisable and versatile in the numerous ways it can take shape, the moustache is every bit as unique as the men who adopt them as their own.

 

Keen to stay ahead of the masses and be among the first to embrace the upcoming rise of  the mousatche? Peruse some of history's leading ‘stache styles (and their inspirational exponents) as you choose your next look.

 

 

Handlebar

Daniel Day-Lewis in Gangs of New York makes a convincing argument for the Handlebar.

 

Popular with trend-conscious individuals avoiding the ubiquitous beard, this sharp, well-manicured approach – a long, thick swathe with twisted, upturned ends – was de rigueur among tough, 19th-century military men.

 

Memorable wearers: Franz Ferdinand, Daniel Day-Lewis in Gangs of New York, Tom Hardy in Bronson.


Walrus

Could Sam Elliott be responsible for a resurgence of the Walrus 'stache?

 

This style replaces the Handlebar’s twizzled tips with a looser curtain that drapes the mouth. Common in Edwardian times and again in the 1960s, it’s imposing yet low-maintenance.

 

Memorable wearers: Mark Twain, Sam Elliott, walruses everywhere.


Horseshoe

The Horseshoe has become synonymous with Hulk Hogan.

 

A concerted, southbound ‘stache, wearers of this upturned U grow their bristled ends down to the jaw line. If you want to give your look some edge, this one is ideal.

 

Memorable wearers: Hulk Hogan and Samuel L. Jackson in Pulp Fiction.


Chevron

A classic through and through, the Chevron looks right at home on Will Ferrell's Ron Burgundy.

 

This easily maintained style fully covers the space between nostrils and upper-lip, curving slightly downwards at the ends of your mouth. It’s popular among first-timers.

 

Memorable wearers: Tom Selleck, Freddie Mercury, Will Ferrell (as Ron Burgundy).


Pencil

Clark Gable's Pencil moustache is not for the faint of heart.

 

A manicured triumph only the boldest can pull off, this ruler line of bristle – no wider than a bootlace and with lots of space above – suggests a superior, roguish twinkle.

 

Memorable wearers: Clark Gable, Errol Flynn, Brad Pitt in Inglourious Basterds.

 

Dalí

Salvador Dalí's art and moustache remain iconic.

 

This quirkily enhanced Pencil combines a thin body with steeply curved, pointed ends. Best complemented with wide-open eyes and archly raised eyebrows.

 

Memorable wearers: Nobody does it better than the great man himself.

 

No matter your 'stache of choice, Trueftt & Hill is here to support your facial hair endeavours, today and everyday through time-tested grooming and traditions. To get the look you so desire, we suggest beginning with the right tools: a comb to keep hair tidy, scissors to control the length, and our very own Moustache Wax for ideal shape and style.