It’s Movember again, which means men can grow a “mo” this month, for a cause. The Movember movement that started in an Australian pub, understandably over drinks has become an international phenomenon. With men around the world participating in an attempt to raise awareness about men’s health problems like prostate cancer, depression etc. The rules are simple the ‘’ mo bros’’ as the participants are known have to a maintain a mustache throughout November and shave it off by the end of the month, and it has to be just mustaches. No beards are allowed. The International Man of Movember is chosen from national winners from 21 countries to be the face of the campaign.Since it is the month of mustaches, here are a few examples to lead the way.
Probably the most popular, this mo stays between the nose and the upper lip. As fans of ‘FRIENDS’ would know this Tom Selleck ( Richard in the show) masterpiece is what inspired Chandler to grow a mustache for himself, albeit unsuccessfully.
Quirky and from the looks of it a little difficult to maintain. Of course, Salvador Dali carried it with elan.
This royal mustache got its name courtesy of Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany. It requires some effort but it is royalty after all.
Due to its association with bikers its also known as Bikers mustache.It resembles, as the name suggests, a horseshoe. The best example is probably Hulk Hogan.
No introduction needed, as it was the characteristic and the only common feature in two very important and very different men in history – Adolf Hitler and Charlie Chaplin.
7. FU MANCHU
This low dropping mustache gets its name from British writer Sax Rohmer’s fictional Chinese villain Fu Manchu, whose cinematic depictions often featured this mustache.
Named Walrus due to its close resemblance with the whiskers of a Walrus. It’s a thick mustache that drops over the lips. Mark Twain had one of the best Walrus mustaches.