What is No-Shave November?
Started in 2009, the No Shave November movement was founded as a way to raise awareness for cancer. For 30 whole days, participants skip the shave and let it all grow out. Ready to get involved and spread the word?
How to Get Involved
For all of November (yes, there’s 30 days), ditch the razor and donate what you’d spend on blades, trimmers, after-shave, restoring balm and shaving creams to the No-Shave November organization. If people ask what’s up with the new *look* just tell them you’re doing it for the cause—and they should, too.
Drop the Razor
Seriously, drop it. Give your face a break and let your facial hair grow for all 30 days. Get experimental even—anything goes.
Start a fundraising page through the No-Shave November site and tell your friends to donate, too.
Share Your Stubble
Snap a #selfie of your stubble and share it with the #NoShaveNovember hashtag. You can take a single picture upon completion or share your progress all month long.
If you just can’t bring yourself to beard this month—donate directly.