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A feminine Movember

Movember is a typically masculine way of fighting fear with laughter. Here are a few ways to wear your own mustache to support them and have a laugh.

Fingerstache

Did you know that the oldest representation of a man wearing a mustache dates back to 300 B.C. and was found near the southern Russian border? The depicted man also had tattoos… meaning that fashions were coming and going long before the seventies! Although our mustaches will not become history, here is a very temporary way of wearing one: the fingerstache! The idea is simple (and free!). Draw a mustache on your finger and put it on and off at will! Our ancestors could have never guessed what would be the mustache of the future!

You can also buy a set from Indigo for $2.

Listen

In Canada, four suicides out of five are committed by men. After giving to our Mo Bros or becoming a Mo Sista, here are some earrings that will remind us to be more attentive to our men. For more information, visit Movember and sons.

Moustache earring, Cafepress.ca, $34

Chocolate mustache

With this mold, you can make chocolate or candy mustaches lollipops. You can decorate candy jars and give a new life to your Halloween candy stash. Don’t try to eat them as fast as possible, Movember candies must last until the end of the month…

Moustache mold, amazon.ca, $5.49.

Mustache straws

Buy it on Amazon or make it yourself, these curly mustaches will give you a lovely temporary stache while saving you a milk mustache!

Stache straws, Amazon.

Mustache pins

Yes, children can have a mustache too! And these cute little pins can be used anywhere!

You can find a bunch of cute and original pins on Etsy.

Image de Sonia Cosentino
Image de Anne Costisella

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