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Like son, like father

November 23, 2010

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Just when you’re getting used to not having any facial hair and having put the frivolity behind you, you get sent a picture by your own dad.  Nature or nurture?

A week’s worth of whiskers

October 8, 2010

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Click here to donate if you haven’t already And now, the end is here, but rather than final curtains, it’s more of a short back and sides that I seem to have reached. Sadly (perhaps) after a few months of frivolity, the whiskers have to go – else I’ll get turned away from a wedding […]

What to do with the clippings – part four

October 8, 2010

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    Mmmmm, who likes soy sauce?  Think you’d like it as much if it was made from human hair?  Thought not. But, according to Boing Boing, a few years back a Chinese company got in trouble for making the logical leap that, since human hair is rich in protein, it could be chemically processed […]

First photos…

October 3, 2010

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And so it begins, properly – it’s been just over a day now and so far I’ve had of bunch of people ask me where the Moustache Bar is (apparently there is one, and I should have known!), another group of students ask if they could take pictures and a girl nearly getting hit by […]

Vote for “The 1812”

September 15, 2010

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Surely it’s time to stop all this talk of 1812, but not without one last tribute. So this is that tribute.  The quite phenomenal whiskers from the bloke on the left, and a bounder’s side parting to go with it – a la Lord Lucan, on the right.  Moustache wax and pomade a plenty… (And […]

A stiff upper lip

September 7, 2010

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Well if the barnet and the beard were going to come in for some stick, the top lip was hardly going to get away scott free. And so it came to pass – a whole range of tashes from swishy, switch-back numbers, to the ginormous Dick Strawbridge version. Inevitably, Dad features – so that’s always […]

9 out of 10 submissions prefer whiskers

September 6, 2010

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Well the whiskers have been coming in thick and fast, with some serious sculpting going on in this category. Some seem to be harping back to a time when gentlemen really could sport serious facial hair and come across as stalwarts of the British Empire. Others, on the other hand are harping back only as […]