WHETHER it's a Tom Selleck, a David Boon or a Merv Hughes, Brent Skimmings will have every reason to be proud of his soup strainer this Movember.
Mr Skimmings is one of the men around Griffith sacrificing his upper lip to raise money for prostate cancer this month.
This is the first time the Griffith nurse will sport a cookie duster for cancer, but Mr Skimmings said it was a cause close to his heart.
"My dad actually had his prostate removed 10 years ago," he said. "Being a registered nurse I was familiar with it but it was hard being on the other side.
"I had to put on a strong front (for my family) because I knew if I was worried they would be very concerned."
Mr Skimmings deals with the disease daily through his job and is determined to do all he can to help find a cure.
"I deal with it a lot, especially working in aged care, I see a lot of older men having to deal with it," he said. "Every little bit helps and I just want to raise as much money as I can I have already begun badgering my friends and family."
While he's never taken part in the fundraiser before, Mr Skimmings is confident his mo will be one to remember.
"Many years ago I had a goatee so I'm confident I will be able to grow some decent facial hair," he said. 'It will be interesting to see what I can do with it it could be a Tom Selleck or a David Boon or a Merv Hughes but I've got a while to decide I just hope there won't be any grey hairs in it."