When it comes to hair removal, we hold a very 'each to their own' kinda policy.
Some people like to grow it out and go au-naturel, some like to trim and preen certain areas to their hearts content and others like to whack everything off and be as slippery as a seal.
It's kinda whatever floats your boat really, and we're down for that.
But if you're someone who wants to get ridda the lot - and have even gone up to the facial region of hair removal, then we're here to help ya babes. Because moustache removal is very much a thing even for girls, and here's the best way of doing it:
The most obvious hair removal method: waxing. It's super easy to do at home and really doesn't hurt (that much)
We like Veet's Sensitive Facial Wax Strips, £6.30. You get 20 in a pack and only need one to remove the whole thing, so it'll last you ages. Plus, they're enriched with vitamin E and almond oil so are really gentle on the skin, too.
You might never have considered it before, but epilating your moustache is actually really easy to do and removes even shorter hair than waxing does.
Braun have got a new facial epilator (Braun Face 851) out that also doubles as a skincare cleansing brush. SO cool.
If your hair is super dark, and you don't want to necessarily remove it - at home bleaching is a really quick and easy answer.
Jolen Creme Bleach, £4.99 is a powder that creates a bleach when mixed together that'll lighten even the darkest of hairs. It's specifically formulated for use on sensitive areas of the face too, but just remember to always do a patch test first.