Salvador Dali is not only famous for his surrealist art, but also his unique facial hairstyle. Dali’s moustache is incredibly long, thin and droops down past the chin – or indeed up towards the top of the head, depending on how it’s styled.
Dali was certainly a quirky character, riding the Paris Metro accompanied by an anteater and keeping an ocelot as a pet, so this facial hairstyle suited his personality perfectly.
If you’ve got the personality to pull off this unusual moustache style, here’s everything you need to know about growing your very own Dali moustache.
How to Shape a Dali Moustache
Growing a Dali moustache is easy to begin with as you just need to sit back and let your whiskers grow. Keep your chin and cheeks clean-shaven and focus on growing out your moustache – ideally, you want your whiskers to be at least 5cm long.
To get that clean-shaven look on the rest of your face, always lather up using the King C. Gillette Transparent Shave Gel, which allows you to see exactly where you’re shaving, before using your beard trimmer or razor.