(FOXNEWS) — As Congress pays lip service to Americans seeking tax reforms, an underrepresented constituency has a hairy proposition — getting lawmakers to approve a $250 tax refund for mustached Americans.

Members of the American Mustache Institute traipsed up to Capitol Hill Monday — while lawmakers were out of town for President’s Day — to seek a tax break for men with facial hair, who (AMI-authored studies show) are 38 percent better-looking than the rest of America.

But demonstrating that the organization is not biased, AMI Chairman Aaron Perlut, who claims to personally spend “somewhere between $1,000 to $1,500” annually on grooming products, said anyone with hair care costs would be eligible for the $250 annual tax refund.

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