Z-patterned tightly coiled, sharply angled 4c Mostly Z-patterned tightly kinked, less definition Strands F Fine Thin strands that sometimes are almost translucent when held up to the light.
Why is a mullet hairstyle called a mullet? The "Mollet" did not see much light apart from in the french underground dance scene, until it was ressurected by popular television personalities such as Pat Sharp, the word having been anglicised by this point to "Mullet".
Gary Badger, Scarborough, England There are mullet websites? Do these people have nothing better to do with their lives?
Ebenezer, London, UK Because it looks like you have a dead fish on your head? Janet Edwards, London, England It comes from the word "mullethead. Joel Bradley, London England I suppose we should put our heads together and mullet over Caragh Little, Portrush, Northern Ireland Legend has it the fishmongers of Iceland cultivated the hair style to keep their necks warm and dry against the North Atlantic spray.
Alternatively, the Mullet has its origin in the ancient Palaces and Universities of Poland. Mullet is actually a compound word combining the words "mull" to ponder, and "et" a Polish suffix meaning eternally.
Thus the Mullet gets its name from those who were forever engaged in intellectual processes. Marlene, Stockholm, Sweden My favorite mullet classification yet, is: Friends from Mississippi call it "Short-Long" or, more simply, "Shlong".
Paul B, Bray Ireland The name comes from the great thinkers at the beginning of time. As the thinkers thought about things, for example should a tree be called a tree or a shoe? The main area being scratched was the top of the head.
As the thinking took a very long time, all the head scratching restricted growth on top, whereas the back was left to grow into a fine mane. And now with David Beckham! This was in Sarah, Ledbury, England The feather cut, far from prefiguring the mullet, was originally the style worn by skinhead girls.
Hair length, despite the name of that youth cult, has never been a significant factor, and many offshoots and subcults have at different times been associated with a variety of different coiffures.
The feather cut itself began to be worn by some male skinheads - which, when added to the uniform of turn-ups, bovver boots and tanktop, with optional tartan accessories, gives on one hand the Rod Stewart look; and on the other what was to become the image of the Bay City Rollers.
As is often the case with new trends, the first people seen with them are college age, usually, but not always, of the art school set, and as such, cut by a friend, as an act of creative expression. My first memory of what is now known as a mullet, was early David Bowie and Rod Stewart.
Also during this time, and something people of both sexes were asking for it, and it was a favorite with many of my gay women clients. By the early Nineties, it was being fervently embraced by all hip year-olds, as well as ish guys who liked the idea of "letting their freak flags fly" but were either unable because of job dress codesor unwilling because of job safety issues to have it hanging in their faces.
At this stage in the life span of all trends, the people who started it will not be caught dead with it, and in the case of this particular one, even older guys were getting hip to the fact that, since, if young guys wanted long hair, they just grew it all out long, they older guys were actually typing themselves as older by clinging to it.
Now we find ourselves at the stage of the trend we would call dead. This, of course, partially explains the extreme digust and hipper-than-thou attitude the rest of us so gleefully enjoy expressing at such blatant disregard for style law!
And how to explain the spread, not just of the term "mullet", but how it carried with it the immediate connotation of low-life, illiterate trailer trash? I started asking clients about it but nobody had any idea of its origin. So I wonder, is this the first incident of some kind of mass mind meld?
It also is a sly dig referring to a few marbles not rolling the right way, meaning the lights are on but nobody is home. Buggered if I know. It is referred to as a "Coupe Longueil" or Longueil Cut, Longueil being the name of a suburb perceived as a soulless place devoid of any redeeming characteristics.
I had one in when I left my ex - I remember it was quite stylish at the time, and it featured that straight-across action over the ears rather than the more conventional pointy look.
Before Chambers Dictionary started editing out its amusing but accurate entries, it defined "mullet" as "A haircut short at the front, long at the back and ridiculous all over". Alec McHoul, Mundijong W.
Australia The best website relating to this is the extraordinary www. Vaughan Elliott, Sopot Poland Like some other contributers I adopted the style in when I was 19 and kept it untilwhen it became popular and I was therefore obliged to change it.
All fashion begins and ends as anti-fashion and the universal contempt in which the mullet is obviously held is strongly reminiscent of the attitudes my friends and I held in the 80s towards all things 70s, such as flares.
And we know what happened there. All the previous correspondents should prepare for the time when their anti-mullet attitudes will mark them out as old-fashioned and hopelessly uncool!The Mullet haircut is 2 haircuts in 1 because the long ponytail is not cut and the sides of the mullet hair is short so I LIKE THE MULLET HAIRSTYLE AND MULLETS RULE!!!!
Aaron Lockwood, Milton. A History of the Mullet Hairstyle and the Art of Mullet Hunting in the United States PAGES 2. WORDS 1, View Full Essay. More essays like this: mullet hairstyle, mullet hunting.
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In the United States of the s, the mullet became popular within lesbian culture, where it came to be used as a way of identifying oneself as a member of that culture in public. These interesting photos show people in mullet hairstyles from between the s and early s. Read on and dive into its fascinating history!
The mullet haircut: a history The classic mullet “Business in the front, party in the back” The mullet haircut can be described quite simply as a style featuring long hair at the back and a short-to-medium length at the front and sides.
The Haircut That’s Business Up Front and a Party in the Back,” a tome that explores the cultural significance of the mullet throughout history.
Amazon. 5. Australia Hosted An Entire Festival For It. People in Kurri Kurri, Australia believe that the mullet originated in their town, so they decided to create a festival to celebrate it.