Quiz Quiz: Which moustache should you have? Bored of your look? Is your face missing a certain something? Be moustache-tastic and discover your perfect moustache here!A Daring DaliYou said that you like to be the centre of attention – you will be! People will definitely sit up and take notice when YOU walk into the room. A Dali moustache is named after the surrealist artist Salvador Dali. Surrealist artists used dreams and unconscious thoughts to inspire their art. Unconscious thoughts are thoughts that we don't even know we're having, so surrealist artworks are always surprising, a bit mysterious and very strange just like Dali (and just like your moustache!).A Handsome HandlebarA handlebar moustache is the perfect moustache for you! Can you guess where the name comes from? Here's a clue: it's a great moustache to wear riding a bike. Especially if your bike happens to be a penny-farthing. Can you guess what this handlebar moustache wearer's job is? He was photographed in 1925 by a German photographer called August Sander who believed that photography should be used to show truthfully how things and people really look. He took lots of photographs of working people. This is a policeman. Do you think the photograph gives us a good idea of what this man was like? A Classic WalrusA walrus moustache would suit you perfectly! It doesn’t take much looking after – you’ll need to brush it occasionally but it pretty much just sits there doing its thing. Be careful eating and drinking though as it’s a magnet for crumbs and drips!This painting is a self-portrait by the Scottish artist William Strang. He looks a bit proud and snooty in this picture doesn't he? Perhaps he's proud of his fine walrus moustache! If you were painting a self-portrait what expression would you make?Marvellous Mutton Chops!Meet your moustache. Although this portrait is the earliest picture in Tate’s collection, painted over 450 years ago before bicycles were even invented, we think the moustache is timeless and will look great on you. It’s VERY low maintenance. It also has many surprising uses: it’ll keep you warm, you can giggle and no one will know and your pet hamster can sleep in it!The painting is by an artist called John Bettes but we don't really know who the mutton-chopped man in the picture is, except that he was 26 years old when it was painted. John Bettes was a Tudor artist and worked in the court of Henry VIII, so he must have been very respected.What sort of person are you? In a big group of people, do youDo you spend lots of time doing your hair?When you offer a friend a chip, what are you most likely to say?Which of these hats do you like best?Which of these bikes would you like to ride?What would be the best thing about having a moustache?What would be worst thing about having a moustache? You might like Quiz: How Hockney are you? Quiz Make a protest poster Paint and Draw Studien - Der Mensch [Grandmother and Child] Who is Salvador Dalí? Who Are They?