MOVEMBER IS BACK!
It's time to let your moustache grow, gentlemen! If you are unfamiliar with Movember, it's a movement that aims to raise awareness for men's health, suicide prevention, prostate cancer and testicular cancer. Among other things, men are encouraged to grow their hair for 30 days as a contribution to their awareness raising towards this cause.
To raise awareness on men's health, during the month of November, King's Crown will be sharing 10 facts about Movember on our instagram page! We would like to bring our community together and share everyone's commitment towards this cause; so if you are growing your moustache, creating a challenge, or raising awareness in your own way, remember to tag #MoYourOwnWay & tag us on instagram @kingscrown1774, we'd love to share your stories with our community!
Mo Bros and Mo Sisters, don't forget to sign up for Movember on ca.movember.com! All you need to do is select whether to grow a moustache, walk or run 60 km, or create your own challenge using the hashtag #MoYourOwnWay then collect donations on your Mo Space. Find out more on their website!
What are the rules?
It's quite simple, if you are going to grow your moustache, you should start completely clean shave, no heads starts allowed! Walk or run for 60 km or create a challenge or fun event like eating cereal lives for 30 days as long as you create your Mo Space account so your friends and family can donate!
Can we detail our beards?
No, unless you have strict dress code at work, then it's not a problem.
How can I maintain my moustache or beard?
It's always essential to wash your facial hair with beard wash instead of shampoo due to drying your face. You can use beard foam to help penetrate your beard and get rid of all the dirt. Then, top it up with beard oil to hydrate and keep it looking healthy.
If you would like to style your moustache or beard, you can get a moustache or beard wax to control it. Comb it through with a moustache comb or an oval boar brush!
For the whole month of November, King's Crown will be giving free moustache comb to anyone growing a moustache!
As Julia Child once said, “No one is born a great cook, one learns from doing." Since the 1960s, cooking has been recognized to be an art.
When it comes to kitchen cuisine, the adage "practice makes perfect" is accurate. Cooking at home often will help you improve your skills and, in addition, is a healthier alternative to eating out.
In this week's blog, we've listed some ideas for you to try in the kitchen to help you become a better cook this year!
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