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#Misstache is the Movember women can take part in too

Flash your Misstache.

ALRIGHT LADIES, THERE’S no longer an excuse for not taking part in Movember. Sure, you can’t grow a ‘mo, but you can always give yourself a… Misstache.

Well, that’s what Aussie Haircare are hoping they can make ‘happen’. Girls are being encouraged to participate this November by putting a lock of hair under their nose to give the appearance of a moustache.

Laura Whitmore launched the campaign and presenter Claire Solan has already followed suit (albeit breaking the rules a bit).

But will it catch on? Women are being asked to post their best facial hair under the hashtag #Misstache for #Movember to raise awareness.

Movember was first started in Australia in 2003 to promote men’s health, and sees men grow a moustache over the 30 days to raise funds.

Source: Press Association/YouTube

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