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‘Staches for a Cause: All You Need to Know About No-Shave November

2017-07-11T10:30:22+00:00 By |

No-Shave November started as an act of remembrance. In November 2007, after a battle against colon cancer – the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. – Matt Hill of Chicago left behind eight devoted children who dedicated themselves to raising cancer awareness. What started as a basement-borne endeavor that collected $2,000 in 2009 has evolved into a national charity that raised one million dollars in 2014. No-Shave November makes a difference in the lives of the afflicted and their families, and you can help. The Premise Participants refrain from shaving in November and donate the money saved to cancer research. Donations range from the cost of a few razors to the price of a salon visit, or from a few dollars to around $100. Donations benefit American Cancer Society, Prevent Cancer Foundation, Fight Colorectal Cancer and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. How to Help Create a profile at No-Shave November. Visitors can donate through your page and you or your team will earn a slot on the site's leaderboard to track your progress. Share your No-Shave profile on social media and embolden your friends, family and colleagues to get involved. Put down that razor and let that 'stache grow, baby! How to Do It With Style Mustaches start with light beards. It's easier to shape a mustache from a canvas of hair than shave around your desired style each day. Nurture hair growth with adequate rest, nutrition and skin care. After you get a healthy layer of stubble, choose a style. The Gunslinger Whether you're a neo-Westerner who fanboys over Trejo and Tarantino, or a classicist to whom no one but Eastwood, Elliot and Wayne can do the genre justice, the gunslinger [...]