Ready, Steady, Grow: Mustachioed Inspiration for Movember

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Ready, Steady, Grow: Mustachioed Inspiration for Movember
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During November each year, Movember encourages men around the world to grow moustaches to raise awareness and funds for men’s health issues, specifically prostate and testicular cancer initiatives. In order to honor the official moustache growing month and to inspire you men out there to grow a ‘mo,’ we’ve compiled a list of celebrities who have trimmed, groomed and waxed their way to fine moustachery.

Daniel Craig
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Daniel Craig

Daniel Craig--aka Bond, James Bond--showed off a bushy upper lip at the Broadway opening night of “A Steady Rain.” For maximum impact, follow Craig’s lead and let your mo grow in thick—the bushier the better.

Tom Hanks
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Tom Hanks

Tom Hanks demonstrated the dapper effect of a classic moustache at the “Cloud Atlas” premiere in Los Angeles. If you’re looking for a stache that requires minimal upkeep, opt for a shaggy style with rounded corners like Hanks.

Johnny Depp
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Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp rocked subtle stubble at the Toronto International Film Festival. Just covering the upper lip, this inverted ‘v’ is a great option for moustache novices looking for a low-maintenance style.

Brad Pitt
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Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt showed off a slight stache at the 2009 Orange British Academy Film Awards. A departure from the mo he grew for the role as Lieutenant Aldo Raine in “Inglorious Bastards,” this moustache is accompanied by a patch of hair just under the lower lip.

Nick Offerman
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Nick Offerman

Nick Offerman is nearly synonymous with moustache as a result of his role as uber manly government official Ron Swanson on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation.” Swanson’s signature stache—arguably the most extraordinary piece of television foliage since “Magnum, P.I”—is characterized by its mouth-masking length and fullness. To get Offerman’s mo, just trim the ends of your stache as it grows in over your upper lip. Gain more tips on growing a better moustache from Offerman by clicking on the link below.

Get moustache growing tips from Nick Offerman in this Movember video.

Eugene Hutz
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Eugene Hutz

Eugene Hutz, best known as the front man of the Gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello, rocks perhaps the most classically styled moustache possible. Worn by decades of music legends, this quintessential stache stands out with its artfully waxed tips.

Eddie Murphy
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Eddie Murphy

Eddie Murphy’s stache has stuck with him since his days on “SNL.” As much a part of him as his iconic laugh, it’s hard to image Murphy without a little stubble. This moustache is not for the lazy mo grower as it requires quite a bit of grooming to keep it looking as good as mo pro Eddie Murphy's stache.

Tom Selleck
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Tom Selleck

Arguably the most recognizable moustache in television history, Tom Selleck’s Thomas Magnum mo is legendary. The classic Magnum mo is characterized by its fullness and flair. For maximum style points, pair with a Hawaiian shirt.

Find out more about Movember from the official Movember site.

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