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Few leading men dare sporting a 'stache, but when they do, their sex appeal seems to increase tenfold. From Tom Selleck's iconic whiskers to Matthieu Charneau's peach fuzz, which of these 15 men can claim to have the sexiest facial hair?
Street style dandy
Is it this silver fox's impeccable handlebar moustache or his fabulous sense of style that makes us swoon? Probably both.
Knock, knock. Who's there? The cutie from CW's Beauty and the Beast.
Next to Salvador Dalí, arguably the most famous moustache there ever was. Tom Selleck has ditched the Hawaiian shirts since Magnum, but the thick whiskers always remain.
Boyfriend-material Stephens's beautiful lips are highlighted with a pencil-thin 'stache. Adorable.
Jarrod Scott bared it all in a recent photo shoot for Vogue Hommes International. He's also a fine spokesperson for the facial hair trend seen recently on the men's runway.
Our Sunday night eye candy on Homeland is also known for the splendid moustache he sported as Prince Albert in The Young Victoria, opposite Emily Blunt. We love that the sexy Brit has decided to grow it back for the third season of Showtime's CIA drama.
The fuzzy bear from Parks & Recreation simply has the most impressive moustache on network television. Hot!
Hardly any man has made the moustache look sexier than Freddie Mercury. RIP.
Is it his crooked smile or the permanent shadow on his upper lip that makes Gael García Bernal so irresistible?
Douglas Friedman is the living version of a Tom of Finland drawing. Enough said.
James Franco kept sporting the '70s facial hair of his Milk days long after the movie was released. Do you prefer him with or without?
In addition to being one our Treasured Chests contenders, Idris Elba has found a way to make it into this slideshow. We're obsessed.
Johnny Depp has been representing for moustached men for quite a while. Time to take home the crown?
24-year-old Charneau made it big after winning a cover boy contest in French gay 'zine Têtu. If it were up to us, we'd let him cover anything.