Cape Town - “All hair should be
treated equally, and be given equal growth opportunity”, this is Peter de
Villiers, former Springbok coach and world renowned moustache expert’s
advice in the month when the mo is the mostest.
Following on the
video-parody that’s been catching mo-mentum on social media with almost 50 000
views, the second video in a series of four this month, has been published.
In the first video
De Villiers encouraged South African men not to be content with close shaves, but
to get back to a time when South African men were feared and respected for
their moustaches, sharing his advice for maintaining a MO-tivating stash. Or
was he talking rugby?
“If you have an
under-growing and under-performing moustache, you can’t just blame the
moustache. It’s the management. The moustache can only perform with good
management. You need the best clippers, scissors, combs and razors... you can’t
use a stick and expect results.”
In the video he claims
that, “some of the best managed moustaches that I’ve seen in my travels are all
black,” and that ‘...nowadays even the Japanese make ours look weak.”
Now, he is back with
advice on growing your mo, because “you want everyone to grow together” to “one
day champion a glorious moustache”.
This time, he moves his
attention away from the coaching team and tackles political issues on the
field, motivating for all people of all colours to be afforded the same
Because it’s #snorre
good idea to cut your mo this November, “one of the most important things with
a moustache is growth.”
Check out the video on Facebook
or YouTube to get
first-hand advice from Peter de Villiers on how to give all your hair equal