Schick Free Your Skin is a commercial razor website where you get to upload a picture of yourself and see how it looks with a mustache.
The site makes passing mention of Movember, where, in the month of November you try to grow a mustache. (A yearly event where millions of hirsute women like your mother win without even trying.)
At first I thought this was a ploy by the razor companies to combat Noshember, or no-shave-November, by inventing a similarly-named but weaker-sauce movement, Movember.
However, the Wikipedia article made it sound like the observance of Movember predates Noshember, or that the two are contemporary observances:
"It's quite common for some males in Australia (especially in the city of Melbourne), and New Zealand to sport a moustache during the month of November. The custom being known as Movember (Movember is a portmanteau of the words 'Moustache' and 'November'.), and being a fundraising event for men's health issues. One's fashionable appearance often comes second to the calling of Movember. A similar observance in the United States, called No Shave November, involves a full beard as opposed to a mustache."
Any Aussie readers (or Aussophiles) care to confirm if Movember exists?
Either case, the way the site works is you upload your photo, and it puts a mustache on you and animates your eyes. It helps if, unlike the sample picture I used, you pick one where the eyes are totally open. Also, it's probably better not to use a baby. Also, that's it.
(From Stefanie again! And Ferguson and Flickr)