Tache craze set to grow and grow

The moustache: sported by dictators past and present, Aussie cricketers, Magnum PI, porn stars, the runners in the 118 118 ads and virtually no one else as it’s such a fashion faux pas.

However, following in the footsteps of the mullet as one of the 21st century’s most unlikely fashion comebacks, the tache, it would appear, is on its way back too.

The good folk at KLP Euro RSCG are in the midst of a fundraising month called “Tacheback” with the aim of “returning the moustache to its rightful place as a must-have fashion accessory” and, more importantly, raising funds for research into male cancers.

Anyone wishing to join in the fun should visit tacheback.co.uk. The event will culminate in a tache-studded party featuring the finest examples of face furniture.

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