The whisper, undercover brother, freestyler, major and rockstar, all varieties of upper lip hair growth, will get the chop for charity tomorrow night as Paddy Barrys holds its annual Movember Party.
Paddy Barrys Bar owner Paul McElhinney said it was the third year the pub had held an event for Movember since the Guinness Boys Club got the ball rolling in 2007.
During November, men nationwide register online, in teams or individually, to grow a moustache to raise as much money.
Last year 13,000 Kiwi men took part and raised nearly $1 million for the organisations.
From 5.30pm staff from The Barber Shop, who had volunteered their services, would judge the best mo and best-dressed men at Paddy Barrys before shaving mos in an antique barbers chair.
In past years, the event had raised up to $3000 which was given to the Blenheim Cancer Society, Mr McElhinney said.
Guinness Boys Club member Richard Williams said this was the third year he had grown a mo to help raise funds for men's health.
"It [prostate cancer] is more prevalent than people realise ... You've got to get checked," Mr Williams said.
He got into the spirit of the event four years ago, growing his first mo in 30 years. There was no fancy design or inspiration behind his style this year. "It's just a mo, isn't it?"
- The Marlborough Express