The Chevron mustache is wide, as well as thick. Men usually wear the Chevron long, as this helps covers the top of the border. The Chevron is still popular today, but it was most popular in the 70s and 80s.
The Dali mustache is quite narrow, while the ends are pointy and long. Men who wear this type of mustache will have their corner of the mouths shaved. As for who this mustache was named after, that would be Salvador Dali.
This type of mustache has a unique look to it, as the whiskers are quite long and they are pulled to the side. It is narrow at the middle and upper lip. Men will usually shave the areas that are located past the corner of their mouth if they wish to sport this type of mustache.
The Fu Manchu is a full mustache that goes straight downwards, and it usually goes below the chin. The interesting thing about this mustache is that it came from the Mongol invaders from China. The mustache's name came from a fictional character.
The handlebar mustache is very bushy with small points at the end. As the name suggests, it was named the handlebar mustache because it kind of resembles a bicycle's handlebars. A lot of people also refer to the handlebar mustache as a spaghetti mustache.
The horseshoe mustache kind of resembles the handlebar mustache, but they are different. A horseshoe mustache consists of vertical extensions that go from the corners of the mouth down to the man's jawline. It looks like a horseshoe, hence the name "horseshoe mustache."
This type of mustache consists of whiskers that grow from both the upper lip, as well as the cheeks and it curls upwards. It is a thick mustache that is thought to have originated sometime in the late 19th century. However, nobody is really 100% certain when men started to wear the imperial mustache.
The lampshade mustache is a fairly new type of mustache. The mustache is closely-cropped directly above your lip, and it should be the same length as your lips. This means that people who decide to wear the lampshade should not let it go past the length of their lips.
The width of the mouth is where the painter's brush mustache is worn, and it kind of resemble's a paint brush, hence the name. Also, it's worth pointing out that the corners are somewhat rounded, which gives a great finish to whoever is wearing the mustache. The lampshade mustache is a variation of the painter's brush mustache.
The reason why this mustache is called the pencil mustache is because it looks like it was drawn with a pencil. It is very closely clipped and outlines the upper lip, but there is a wide gap between your nose and mustache. The pencil mustache appeared on popular characters on TV shows, including Gomez Addams from the show The Addams Family.
It is called a pyramid mustache because it has a wide base, but it narrows as it reaches your nose. It kind of resembles the shape of a pyramid. However, some men decide to wear this mustache with less of a curve.
This is a thick mustache, but it is only about 2.5 cm, and the hair is left in the center. The toothbrush mustache is mostly associated with Adolf Hitler. However, other figures have been known to wear it, including Charlie Chaplin, Oliver Hardy and even Michael Jordan.
The reason why this mustache is named the walrus mustache, is because it looks like a walrus's mustache. The whiskers are very thick and very bushy, and they drop right over the mouth. It was extremely popular back in the 20s and 60s.