Beard Care 101:

Mustache Care

Why Use Mustache Care Products?

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Shapes Mustache

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So, you want to rock that 'stache, eh? Well, we know a thing or two about that. Whether its a solo stache or you're looking to add some pizazz to your beard-'stache combo, you should be using designated mustache care products.

Mustache combs and waxes are created to groom one of the most sensitive areas of the face. Combs are sized small and curved to fit the upper lip. Mustache waxes are formulated with the idea that they'll be right under your handsome nose all day!


How Do You Trim Your Mustache?

1. Wash your mustache with beard shampoo and conditioner to get it clean and soft.

2. Once it is nice and dry, grab a mustache comb and brush out your mustache in the direction you want the hairs to fall.

3. Relax your face to a neutral position and start trimming from the middle of your mustache, working your way to the edges. Trim your facial hair to the desired length and style it. Comb your mustache periodically during this process to expose all of the stray hairs.

PRO-TIP: Lubricating your beard scissors with a few drops of beard oil will help keep the scissors from sticking as you trim and provide extra protection.

4. For a crisp defined line, use a mustache razor to clean up any stray hairs between your nose and your mustache.

Shop Grooming Tools

Having the right tools for the job makes all the difference. Our professional grade stainless steel trimming tools are crafted with prim and pristine facial hair in mind.

Both Zeus Scissors and Detailing Safety Razor are made in Germany, offering superior quality. A genuine leather pouch is standard for storage to protect each piece when stored or on-the-go.

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How Do You Use Mustache Wax?

1. Apply mustache wax to a freshly-cleansed and towel-dried mustache.

2. Run a mustache comb from the roots to the tips to distribute product evenly throughout your mustache.

PRO-TIP: If your grooming tool has both medium and fine teeth, start with the wider-toothed side then finish with the fine teeth. This ensures your mustache appears thicker.

Shop Mustache Wax

The untamed mustache can be problematic. Slap that 'stache into shape with Zeus mustache waxes. Available in two different strengths.

Medium Hold

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Extra Firm Hold

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Shop Mustache Combs

HAND MADE

ANTI-STATIC

NO PLASTIC

Keep your mustache tamed and debris free with Zeus Mustache Combs. We offer a variety of styles to accommodate your style. As always, each comb is static free to prevent breakage.

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Mustache Care FAQ

How do I pick a mustache comb?

Great question. Zeus mustache combs are all created with fine set teeth- the optimal tooth width for mustache combs. Consideration should lie in two places- Material and length. Cellulose Acetate mustache combs are ideal for those who keep a mustache comb on them where ever they go. This material is most durable and low matience. Our Sandalwood combs are pretty stylish, but require a bit more care to stay their best.

We offer several lengths of mustache combs. Our Handmade, Saw- Cut Acetate Mustache Comb and the Sandalwood Mustache Comb are the smallest. Our Large Mustache Comb is the longest and is loved by those who want supreme grip and more control. We don't like to pick favorites, but the Folding Mustache Comb is the best of both worlds. A metal hinge allows the teeth to fold into the handle for protection when not in use. Open the comb is 4.5", folded 2.5" making it the perfect pocket companion.

How do I know which mustache wax is right for me?

If your goal is to tame and control, our Light Hold Wax does the trick. If you're looking for show worthy style (Think of those rad curly-cue ends), you'll definitely want to reach for our extra strength wax.

How often should I trim my mustache?

Considering your 'stached goals are most important. Trimming is apart of any healthy hair routine, it is just up to you how long you'd like your stache to grow. Those looking for a more casual look should trim when hair reaches just over the top lip line. Don't forget to use a comb to ensure that any wild hidden hairs are straightened out.

If your goal is to have a mustache that has its own personality, trimming less and training more should be your focus. Start with keeping sides uniform as it grows, then begin utilizing mustache wax. Less frequent trims will be key in this context.

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