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Right LADs, I've got some bad news to bring you. Apparently there's a new trend for double moustaches going on.
Yes, not content with the fact that everyone has decided to grow out their locks and see if they can achieve facial hair during the past lockdown, people have apparently decided to grow not one moustache, but two.
It comes in various different forms, sometimes with the second 'tache beneath the mouth, sometimes with both shoved in above the lip.
See what we mean?
Either way, it's weird, and it's not immediately clear whether we should be encouraging this behaviour or not.
As you can see from a few of the pictures, the double 'tache can be performed with varying degrees of effort, from the delicately curled and manicured to the rough and ready.
I mean, just look at the pictures - that's the point of this, after all.
Of course, the above effort is pretty outstanding, but it doesn't need to be so extravagant. You can do it your own way, as this one proves.
So, if you fancy giving it a go, why not try it and submit your own effort?
You couldn't do any worse than the chaps who thought that monkey tail beards were going to be a thing earlier this year.
If you're madly trying to picture how it works, it's basically when a bloke grooms the beard and moustache into a long monkey tail-like shape that runs down one sideburn, down the jawline, along the chin, and then curls up around the side of the mouth, and then ends above the top lip.
The primate-inspired look was first spotted back in September 2019, when MLB baseball player Mike Fiers donned the bizarre facial hairstyle to get a laugh out of his teammates.
I need all of my non-baseball fan followers to look at mike fiers' monkey tail beard. thank you. pic.twitter.com/0o3lcH7bjz
- Hobotron (@Hobotron2000) September 15, 2019
The look soon exploded into a full-on trend across social media, with many taking it to wild new heights by adding stripes or even a spiral curl under the chin.
It's utterly bizarre.
However, the double moustache might just be even more strange.
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