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Honoring Movember: 10 Moustaches That Have Defined Their Celebrity Wearers

Many boys cannot wait to reach adolescence and start getting facial hair, since to them nothing seems manlier than standing in front of a mirror and shaving, just like their dads. Although most of the

Many boys cannot wait to reach adolescence and start getting facial hair, since to them nothing seems manlier than standing in front of a mirror and shaving, just like their dads. Although most of them grow up and get over the experience after a few weeks, and their once 'ultimate desire' becomes a bother and almost a chore.

The moustache is one of the most conspicuous of male facial hair styles, and one that gives us some insight into the wearer's personality. In addition to being a fashion statement, men can use their moustaches for a good cause. Men all over the world create awareness and raise funds towards the treatment of diseases such as testicular and prostate cancer in the month of November, a whole month initiative called 'Movember' where men do not shave their moustaches and raise money for the cause.

The following men had no idea of what Movember was when they were growing their moustaches, moustaches that we have come to accept as the best defining physical aspects of the wearers. You can wear any of these moustaches this November, and look different this one month of the year for a good cause.

10 Nick Offerman's Stache

9 Julius Groucho Marx's Moustache

Via peconicpublicbroadcasting.org

8 Mark Spitz's Stache

Via jackseattle.cbslocal.com

7 Ron Burgundy and his Moustache

Via www.playbuzz.com

6 Robert Mugabe's Moustache

Via en.wikipedia.org

5 President Teddy Roosevelt's Moustache

Via uncannyvalleymag.blogspot.com

4 Hulk Hogan's Stache

Via cognoscenti.wbur.org

3 Adolf Hitler's Moustache

Via debyclark.blogspot.com

2 Albert Einstein's Stache

Via diytag.com

1 Charlie Chaplin's Moustache

Via salutelives.com

Sir Charles "Charlie" Chaplin is one of the fathers of comedy, despite beginning his career during the silent era of film making. People believe that Charlie Chaplin was born in England in 1889, and had touched the whole world with his work to the extent of receiving an honorary Academy Award for the impact he had made in the motion picture industry in the 20th century. Aside from his great work in the film industry, Charlie Chaplin had a very interesting moustache, which is known as the toothbrush moustache. The wearers of this moustache shave the edges and leave a few centimeters at the center above the upper lip. Charlie Chaplin loved this moustache because it did not hide his facial appearance, and it made him look even more comical.

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