The Great Moustaches of Our Time – Part Two
Part one of this two part series of “The Greatest Moustaches of Our Time” was focused on the more historical masculine figures, the men who wore their moustaches well, but have since passed on. To continue in their manly footsteps, men of our more recent times have grown their best moustaches, and they have appeared on television, in movies, and all around in the media, flaunting their upper-lip hair. Here, now, are some of the greatest moustaches of our recent years.
Ron Burgundy tickles his jazz flute with a simple but bushy moustache. Don’t act like you’re not impressed.
Yes, Ryan Gossling made the cut. Why? Well, because women love his moustache. It is important to understand why women love Ryan Gossling in order to understand the moustache. This man comes across as genuinely kind and sweet. His moustache matches his demeanour.
Tom Selleck is kind of a given. I mean, just search the internet for “best moustaches” and Tom Selleck will come up number one almost every time. He’s a moustache genius, that’s what he is. I wonder who taught him how to make his face look so handsome? My husband would agree, Tom Selleck, he the man when it comes to facial hair growth (and all other things manly, of course).
Hulk Hogan has shown dedication to his moustache over the years. His “horseshoe moustache” is one of the best in its class and is definitely his trademark facial feature. I don’t think I have ever seen Hulk Hogan’s moustache not look good.
Before I asked my husband, “who would you say has the most identifiable moustache of our time?” I didn’t know who Sam Elliot was. It turns out that Sam Elliot is quite a well-known American actor.
This one’s for the ladies. George Clooney is such a heartthrob, and his moustache only adds to his man-glam. Be it bushy or combed, George Clooney’s ‘stache is ultra-sexy, super stylish, and far manlier than most moustaches.