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MUSTACHE: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "mustache"
 

The ASL sign for "MUSTACHE" is commonly produced by using "G" hands starting with the fingers touching under the nose then moving away from each other. Memory aid: Think of your hands showing the shape / size of the mustache.

 

MUSTACHE:

 


 

If you wanted to discuss other facial hair, such as a BEARD, see: BEARD

 


Sample sentence: Does your father have a mustache?

 


Notes: 
See: HAIR

SHAVE

FACE




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