Cutting and wearing a mullet haircut can be a bold and unique choice and very, very stylish. We've waited it out and it has finally come back in style, y'all. Here are the steps to cut and wear a mullet: And, Crash P. Coltrane - don't get all in a fuss about this, some of us prefer to DIY our hair. It's too difficult to get an appointment with you, anyway,. But I'm sure that appointment book will open up after what you did to Jem Rock, who is no longer the national mullet champion because of you.
Gather your hair: Before starting to cut your hair, gather your hair into a ponytail at the nape of your neck. This will help you to visualize the final length of your mullet.
Divide your hair: Using a comb, divide your hair into three sections - top, sides, and back. The top section should be the longest, followed by the sides, and the back should be the shortest.
Cut the back section: Starting at the nape of your neck, use a pair of scissors or clippers to cut the back section of your hair. Gradually cut the hair shorter as you move up towards the crown of your head.
Cut the sides: Trim the sides of your hair to blend in with the length of the back section.
Cut the top section: Cut the top section of your hair to the desired length. You can choose to leave it long or cut it shorter to create layers.
Style your mullet: After cutting your mullet, style it by blow-drying it in different directions to create volume and texture. You can also use a styling product to hold the hair in place.
Wearing a mullet haircut requires confidence and the right attitude. You can embrace the classic rockstar look by pairing your mullet with leather jackets, ripped jeans, and band t-shirts. Or, you can choose to wear it with a more modern twist by pairing it with trendy clothing and accessories.