Movember season is here, and if you haven't already started growing your moustache then there is still plenty of time.
During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men’s faces in Ireland and around the world. The aim of which is to raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer.
There's just one rule.
No beards or goatees.
Here are the complicated instruction on 'How to grow a Moustach'
Step 1: Keep the shaver away from the area between the nose and upper lip.
(Important note: Some say if you shave more, the hair on your face becomes thicker, this is not always true)
Step 2: Let the hair grow and shave around the area of the upper lip.
(Face hair fact: Facial hair appears first at the corners of the upper lips. Do not be alarmed. It will eventually cover the entire upper lip. As the moustache becomes thicker and more noticeable, a process called 'trimming' will begin.)
Step 3: Decide what type of moustache looks best on you.
(Top Tip: Smaller faces need small moustaches. Larger faces need larger moustaches.)
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Step 4: Tend to your moustache daily. Keep it trimmed and combed as it grows out and gets thick.
Step 5: December 1st. Shave off your moustache and go back to a normal life.