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Managing uncut facial kes especially mustaches.

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Now that m working from home since a couple of months due to covid, I guess I lazed myself into letting my beard and mustaches grow . I think it's been a month since I trimmed them. 

I am interested in keeping uncut facial hair and hope to walk on marg of sikhi better but the problem is my mustaches keep coming in between whenever I try to eat. Beard is not much of a problem but still gravy part sometimes fall into it. And I noticed trimmed facial hair is much easier to manage than uncut one. Now my mustaches almost curl on top of my upper lip and every time I eat I have to reset them by brisking them with my fingers. 

 

Edit : I know I can use "fixo" as traditionally used, but still I don't want that face that's even hard to smile because of stiffness that fixo brings with it. Is there anyway to set mustaches sideways

 

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They kind of self adjust as they reach full length. The initial growing stage is the most difficult. Try to avoid icecream in public, that's about it. Other thing is mentality. We condition ourselves into believing that getting some food on the hair is some sort of abomination, mostly due to societal pressure. Just take it in stride with confidenc. F the cowwokers opinion. It's just part and parcel of a lions eating. 

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Try using moustache wax.

But you do get used it. It’s part of being a Singh as @Jai Tegang! rightly said.

It gives an excuse to visit washroom to quickly clean your dhari and also rinse your mouth which so few people bother with after eating!

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5 hours ago, AjeetSingh2019 said:

problem is my mustaches keep coming in between whenever I try to eat.

You have to flip it up off your lip and train it to grow up. 

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Don't trim it!  I stopped cutting my dhari over a year ago  when you first stop cutting it thats when its becomes a bit difficult to manage, especially your mucha   but once they grow longer it is a lot easier to manage. The same happened with me. 

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2 hours ago, puzzled said:

Don't trim it!  I stopped cutting my dhari over a year ago  when you first stop cutting it thats when its becomes a bit difficult to manage, especially your mucha   but once they grow longer it is a lot easier to manage. The same happened with me. 

Most definitely. 

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