Support Movember For A Healthier World

Movember is an initiative that urges men to grow moustaches or beards during the month of November, in order to raise awareness about various kinds of cancer that generally attack men such as Prostrate Cancer, Testicular Cancer & others. This event is getting support from men worldwide and changing the face of men’s health with donations pouring in at the Movember Foundation. Here are a few ways you can show your support towards Movember, also touted as No-Shave November, with or without growing a moustache.

Grow that facial hair

Always sported a clean-shaved look? This November, go for a change & grow a moustache! Chevron, Dali, Handlebar, Horseshoe, Toothbrush, Pencil – choose your style and flaunt it suavely. Better still, grow it out into a full-fledged, well-trimmed beard and turn heads with your new look!

Share & care

We live in a social media-infested world, so no initiative is complete without shoutouts on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Share pictures and videos of your new moustache/beard (even the process of growing it) on social media platforms and tag your friends to join in the fun with you. Remember, the more, the merrier!

Wear the moustache – not only on the face

Moustaches have become a trending motif to be worn, not only by men, but women too. Be it on clothes and accessories to home décor and stationeries – flaunt a nifty moustache print to show your support for this cause. A ‘stache print tee shouts quirky cool, while a moustache themed wall poster can make for a fun piece of home décor.

Donate from the heart

The Movember Foundation takes in donation and uses it for solving health issues for men around the world. Make contributions and encourage your friends & family to do so too. Remember, every little donation is a step towards a healthier world.

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