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Troy Headrick likes to have serious fun with his facial hair, and it shows. On September 11, he won a blue ribbon and trophy at the National Beard and Moustache Championshipspresented by Pennsylvania beard care company Honest Amishand was a contender for Best in Show. Headrick described the annual event, which uses the British spelling, "moustache," as a gathering of "people who are probably a little too excited about facial hair.

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Headrick, who's lived in Vermont sincemet this reporter recently at the University of Vermont, where he is assistant director for community standards at the Center for Student Conduct. It wasn't difficult to find him amid the handful of other hirsute men crisscrossing the university green that day. Wearing my own close-cropped, salt-and-pepper goatee, I felt like a gangly mutt alongside a Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show champion. But Headrick's ego was as pencil thin as the whiskers on his upper lip, and he was more than happy to engage in some friendly 'stache talk. Growing up in Manitowoc, Wis.

His younger brother, Josh, is an accomplished whistler who's competed at the national level.

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Headrick's first foray into serious facial frizz came inwhen he decided to grow a handlebar mustache and "rock it for as long as I could. Then, inHeadrick set out to grow the heftiest beard he could; he let it grow without any trimming for more than two years.

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His timing was serendipitous. Just months after the Boston Red Sox won the World Series while sporting the furriest faces in professional baseball, Headrick ran the Boston Marathon in his own bushy beard and a Red Sox cap. That year, he said, "The crowd support was amazing.

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Despite Vermonters' follicular fondness, the Green Mountain State lacks the beard clubs and competitive facial hair circuits common in some other places. Still, Headrick has won a few Burlington beard competitions over the years, including one at the former Das Bierhaus and another at ArtsRiot. An avid runner, Headrick soon tired of the heat and heft of his massive beard and shaved it off. Discovering that this style of 'stache didn't feel nearly as heavy on his lip or collect as much sweat, Headrick decided to run with it, literally. Fast-forward to this month, when Headrick and his wife attended the National Beard and Moustache Championships, held this year in Scranton, Pa.

The annual event, which began in and is open to anyone regardless of prior competitive involvement, drew participants from as far away as Florida and Alaska. It featured more than 50 divisions, including a "craft" division for people who are unable to grow facial hair and use artificial alternatives.

The mustache category alone encompassed seven different classes, such as the styled handlebar, the English, the freestyle and the "uber-stache.

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As a newcomer to the event, Headrick characterized its subculture as an eclectic mix of ironic hipsters, gentlemen from the "gay-bear faction," and bikers "who were loud and kind of in your face. For the most part, however, Headrick found his fellow competitors a friendly and fun-loving bunch, especially the mustachioed men, who, like Headrick himself, didn't seem to take themselves too seriously. Going in, Headrick wasn't sure whether the judges would prefer uniqueness and creativity or, like a dog show, adherence to an idealized standard, such as uniform hair length, texture and sheen.

Hairs growing from beyond the corner of the mouth must be shaved. The tips may not extend above the level of the eyebrows. But Headrick noticed that most winners didn't have thin mustaches like his but full ones.

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Though whiskers are the main focus of the event, overall presentation, including outfit, attitude and style, are also important. When Headrick's name was called, he walked onstage past the seven judges, as instructed, and then returned to the bleachers where the other competitors sat. One by one, each competitor was called back for interviews and closer examinations. During his turn, Headrick said, he was immediately encouraged when he heard "oohs" and "aahs" from the judges.

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One remarked that Headrick had shaved between his nose and lip, then asked how he did it. He regularly uses a straight razor. When the next judge started giving him positive feedback, Headrick said, "The other guy calls me back and goes, 'Do you walk around like that all the time?

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I'm into this! He scored a Following his championship win, he tagged Chrismer on social media and was quickly rewarded by the wax maker. Though this was Headrick's first national title, he offered some advice for budding facial-hair competitors. First and foremost, he said, let it grow for at least six months without trimming it. For those going for a stylized mustache, he added, you have to press through the awkwardness of the "porn-star 'stache phase and just rock it.

While competitive facial hair may seem like a major time commitment, Headrick said his routine, including daily wax application and removal, takes no more than five minutes per day, not including the precision shaving with a straight razor, which should never be rushed. Headrick plans to defend his title at next year's championships and possibly at the world championships in New Zealand in By then, he said, he hopes his mustache tips reach his eyebrows. Though most hairs eventually hit a terminal length beyond which they can grow no farther, "I think I'll get there," he said.

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The original print version of this article was headlined "Lip Shtick". More Culture ».

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