Talking about candy all day long can get quite tiresome. That’s why I thought in this post I’d talk about something quite different for a change. You know, mix it up a bit. I gave my supposed subject a lot of thought and decided that there’s nothing better to talk about than my brand new moustache.
It might seem quite self indulgent of me to dedicate an entire post on my blog to a new tuft of hair that has formed on my upper lip, but what the hell! it’s my blog isn’t it! I realise that many of you won’t find this post useful or vaguely interesting at all, but hopefully you will find it entertaining.
The story of my moustache dates back to my days in secondary school as a young whippersnapper. Back then I thought I was the bees knees, and so did others, all until the other guys in my year started to grow facial hair. It all happened fairly quickly. A lot of them were sprouting pencil moustaches and small beards, but I had absolutely nothing to show.
I was a latecomer so to speak. It took me until I was about nineteen to sprout anything remotely similar to facial hair, and even then it was very sparse. I vowed to myself then that I wouldn’t even try to grow a beard or moustache as I knew it would just come out patchy and blotchy and would never look good in a million years.
Despite this, the odd hair still was growing on my face, and at quite a consistent rate. So I quietly kept to my own business and made a habit of wet shaving my face every one or two days just to make sure I snag those stray hairs that were cropping up.
Now, fast forward years in the future, and what I didn’t realise until recently is that all of my fastidious, ritualistic wet shaving actually helped induce the speed of the growth of my facial hair, and made them a lot thicker to boot.
I had no idea this is what happened, until I stopped shaving for a couple of weeks. I was on holiday and had forgot to pack my razors, so I decided not to shave for a few weeks. Lo and behold my facial hair was back with a vengeance! It was growing at an incredible rate and was as thick as you like! Since knowing this I’ve decided to grow myself a little moustache. I really enjoy having one, but at the beginning I found that keeping it in order wasn’t the easiest thing in the world. That was until I found this moustache wax to die for. It does an amazing job at making it stick in shape, and also makes styling it a breeze. You should give it a go too if you’re thinking of growing a ‘tache.