It is that time of the year again; November is upon us and that can only mean one thing – Movember! This year, FIJ Design owners James Parry and Michael Hutton are attempting their first year at growing the wackiest tashes. We are proud to report that we are just over the half way mark and the boys are still on track, so things are looking good.
For those new to Movemeber, the concept is simple: To raise awareness of, and support prostate cancer and testicular cancer charities across the world. This is done by men bonding together to grow moustaches and raise donations through sponsorships. Girls can also get involved as ‘Mo Sistas’ to show their support.
You can find out more about Movember and the charities by visiting: http://uk.movember.com/
James calls his moustache ‘The Connery’, named and styled after Sean Connery’s moustache, which curls just around the edge of the lips. Our James is not a fan of being cleaned shaved; so having to completely shave his face on the 1st November was one of the hardest things he has had to do. But, we are pleased with his progress and his supporters keep him going.
To see James’ progress and to sponsor him, please visit: http://www.mobro.co/jamesparry1981
Knowing our Michael loves being organised and likes to follow a plan, we were not surprised that he likes his moustache to fall inline with the provided guide from the Movemeber website. Again, his curls just around the edge of the lips and is half way between ‘The Trucker’ and ‘The Undercover Brother’. You can visit their website above to check out the full guide of tash types.
To see Michael’s progress and to sponsor him, please visit: http://www.mobro.co/michaelhutton82
Michael’s fiancée Rachel has also got involved as a Mo Sista and they both have created a team called ‘Hutton Tashes’. If you would like to sponsor them both, visit Michael’s page and choose to donate to the team.
The Final Update
We will be writing another update at the end of the month with the final photos and a total summary of money raised. Show your support and donate what you can for this good cause!