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The wingtip mustache, also referred to as the "natural mustache" harkens back to the days of Yore, a time when men were gentlemen who donned Derby caps, pocket watches and bowties. Like all things, this look has made a resurgence and for good reason: The wingtip is classic Americana through and through, defined by its signature wingtip corners and flowing pattern.
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Concerned about widespread claims of facial hair discrimination in the workplace, the American Mustache Institute (AMI) and Wahl Trimmers today launched the Workplace Mustache Study (MustacheStudy.com), a definitive examination of the state of facial hair in the U.S. work environment. Developed by a team of AMI sociologists, national leaders of Mustached American descent, and reality [...]
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