Movem­ber in­spi­ra­tion

> Celebri­ties show off their mous­taches this month

The Sun (Malaysia) - - STYLE -

NOVEM­BER is men’s health month, rais­ing aware­ness about male dis­eases such as prostate and tes­tic­u­lar cancer through the “Movem­ber” move­ment. The event en­cour­ages men to get in­volved by grow­ing mous­taches dur­ing the month of Novem­ber to raise aware­ness about men’s health is­sues as well as raise money for re­search. For any­one who’s still un­sure about tak­ing part, here’s our pick of mous­ta­chioed men for proof that fa­cial hair has never been so hot. – AFP Re­laxnews

Ryan Gosling oozes sex ap­peal with or with­out fa­cial hair, but the ‘stache brings out a more ma­ture, charis­matic side to the ac­tor, adding a touch of grit to his an­gelic looks. Prince Harry is an­other man it’s hard to imag­ine with­out his fa­cial hair. Im­pec­ca­ble mous­tache groom­ing has seen the re­cently mar­ried royal’s sexap­peal soar even though he’s now of­fi­cially off the mar­ket. Jamie Dor­nan – aka Chris­tian Grey from the ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ movie – earns pride of place in this list of most sexy mous­ta­chioed men. Watch and learn!

When it comes to fa­cial hair, David Beck­ham has tried pretty much ev­ery­thing, be­fore fi­nally set­tling on a stylish beard and ‘stache. A wise de­ci­sion, pos­si­bly in­flu­enced by his fash­ion de­signer wife, Vic­to­ria. Joe Man­ganiello and his mous­tache are vir­tu­ally in­sep­a­ra­ble – and that’s no bad thing since fa­cial hair merely adds to the ac­tor’s sex ap­peal. Sofía Ver­gara doesn’t seem to be com­plain­ing.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Malaysia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.