Updated: November 18, 2017 6:02:58 pm
It’s that time of the year again when men unite to grow their beards and moustaches. Started in 2004 by the Movember Foundation charity, its aim is to raise awareness about prostate and testicular cancer, and get men to donate what they would otherwise spend on grooming their beards to the patients who have lost their hair as part of their cancer treatment.
This Movember, we bring you a list of celebs from whom you can take some inspiration:
Although Ranveer Singh had to shave off his Padmavati beard, he is still Bollywood’s biggest trendsetter when it comes to moustaches. From his Ram Leela avatar to Bajirao Mastani, every year the actor is seen donning a different bearded look.
At the beginning of his career, Shahid Kapoor was mostly seen clean shaven until a couple of years ago when he started to sport a bearded look. Today, it’s safe to say that he has bid adieu to his chocolaty boy look in style and his finely sculpted beard is an inspiration to many.
Nothing makes a man look more manlier than a beard and Ryan Gosling proves exactly that. The Hollywood actor had ditched his clean shaven look for a light beard style and we can’t take our eyes off him.
Beard or no beard, Fawad Khan has looks that can kill. During his short stint with Bollywood, the Pakistani heartthrob had sported different looks in each of his films. But it was his Ae Dil Hai Muskil look that got us drooling.
From sporting a French style beard to a light beard, the Silver Linings Playbook actor has done it all. Needless to say, he has nailed each and every look!
With looks like a Greek God, Hrithik Roshan is probably the most handsome guy in Bollywood. A beard suits him more than a clean shaven face. French beard to a fuller size beard, he can carry off anything.
Jared Leto’s bushy bearded look is not easy to pull off. A little moustache, unkempt hair and a whole lot of confidence is required to ace the Dallas Buyers Club actor’s look.
Whose style would you take inspiration from this Movember?
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