Pall Mall Barbers & Tom Selleck Moustache – Movember – Part 4
With the very beginning of Movember, Pall Mall Barbers pays tribute to the great of facial hair ” The Magnum Moustache”
Tom Selleck has appeared in more than fifty film and television roles since his initial success with Magnum, P.I., including a co-starring role in the highest-grossing movie of 1987, Three Men and a Baby; Quigley Down Under; Mr. Baseball; and Lassiter, to name a few. Selleck has also appeared as Dr. Richard Burke on Friends, where he played the on-again, off-again love-interest of Monica Geller (Courtney Cox), and A.J. Cooper on Las Vegas.
Authoritative yet warm, pronounced but not ironic… bristly, but plump enough to minimise tickle, it’s emblematic of a masculine ideal.
What Tom Selleck has isn’t a moustache. It’s a moustachterpiece. This is why.
Growing a moustache is the only thing men can do that women can’t. It separates us from the boys we used to be. We can all do it – to varying degrees of success – and yet it is too often a folly.
Selleck’s moustache exudes qualities to which, as men, we once aspired.
It is faintly luxurious, full and confident, announcing that the wearer is strong, decent and loyal in a way that other moustache-wearers of the age.
Yet Selleck’s moustache is elevated, has become separate from Selleck and assumed its own meaning – that of power, dependability and goodness.
” I’m the sexiest moustache to ever grace a face. Warning! I am not Tom, I am his Moustache. I do not speak for Tom as we are two separate entities. I just thought you’d like to know.”