Finger moustache tattoo

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The finger moustache tattoo, otherwise known as the "fingerstache", is a tattoo of a stylized moustache on the index finger.[1] The finger is then placed between the nose and the lips, simulating a moustache.[2]

In 2011, women began getting finger moustache tattoos as a way to show support for prostate cancer as a part of Movember.[3]

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  1. ^ Williams, Alex (12 November 2014). "A Mustache Comeback? Not So Fast". The New York Times. 
  2. ^ Boswell, Thomas (November 17, 2015). "Tat-Tuesday: Students share stories behind ink - The Daily Texan". The Daily Texan. 
  3. ^ Rawi, Maysa (25 November 2011). "You don't need facial hair to promote Movember! Women joining charitable trend with PERMANENT 'moustache' tattoo". Mail Online. Retrieved 17 January 2016. 

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