Sunday, November 25, 2007

I'd been thinking for some time that my mustache hairs seem more noticeable than they used to (ah, the joys of aging), so I cornered my husband in the bathroom the other morning to ask him his opinion on my hairy lip. He looked like a horrified man whose wife has just discovered her "Heroes"-like ability to read minds, which pretty much confirmed for me the fact that I do, indeed, have a mustache and something must, unfortunately, be done about it. Bleach seems to be the easiest method, but I wanted to google it to find out how exactly that is done and if it is an effective method. Results included a site for men who have recently undergone sex changes and this entertaining thread for muscle heads who prefer not to shave:
http://anabolicminds.com/forum/general-chat/49869-how-bleach-your.html

6 comments:

  1. Oh, that's great! Who would have thought muscle men would offer such detailed beauty advice.
    BTW, I just saw you and you looked beautiful, darling.

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  2. Okay, I have never noticed any hairs on your lip, but whatever. You can get bleaching creams at Longs or any other drug store. I bleached for a while. Then I just had a blonde mustache, so on to the waxing.

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  3. As an update, I do disappointingly now just have a blond mustache. hahahahahhaha.

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  4. Nooooooooo! Another reason to go to Burke Williams. I think they do waxing! ;)

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  5. alas, i've had such unsightly woes since the day i was born. i, too, have sported a blond mustache, which was ridiculous. plucking is an option. threading is another, although you'd have to know the technique. waxing at home can be tricky and messy. depilatories usually stink and burn. so, i promote laser hair removal. i'd be all over it if my skin wasn't prone to keloid scars.

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  6. Dear Lord! What have I stumbled upon!

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