50 Upscale Mullet Haircut Styles – Express Yourself

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The mullet haircut has been described as many things, and it is one of the hairdos that have attracted a lot of debate over the years. Whereas some people find it a low-class cut most men love it and also look fantastic in this classic hairstyle. Regardless of whether you like the mullet or not it is still quite popular with some men and this has led to the emergence of the several types of the cut. The coming of new variations that are based on other more stylish and trendier haircuts is helping to get rid of the notion that thus is a low-class cut. More men have also realized that it can be a very upscale design if cut and styled well. Although there are many other types of the modern mullet, the following 50 are the most famous ones.

# 1 Hipster Mullet

Hipster Mullet


This is one of the best-looking hairdos that you will ever come across, and it proves beyond any doubt that the hipster look can be achieved with almost any haircut. The style is created with very long strands that are faded on the sides and trimmed to a couple of inches at the top. The long locks left at the back are used to create the long mullet.

# 2 Vintage Natural

The best thing with these hairdos is that you can create them with your natural hair just by trimming creatively with scissors, and you will not have to do too much cutting. Here the shears are used to cut the top neatly so that it can be shorter than the back and then the strands after the crown are pushed back to form the mullet.

# 3 Classic & Long

If you keep long locks, then this is one of the best hairdos that you can wear as you will not have to cut too much of your hair. All that is needed is to trim them at the back for some uniformity then cut the top ones shorter and style them forward to cover an inch of your forehead.

# 4 Modern Look

What makes modern styles better and more attractive than classic ones is that they are not overdone or exaggerated. This modern look cut just does enough to create a mullet look, but it does not go beyond that with excessive cuts or styling.

# 5 Pat Sharp’s Mullet

Pat Sharp has worn a mullet for most of his life, and it is one of the things that he is known for apart from his acts on radio and television. His style is simple with trimming done at the top while the back is left to grow long and bulky to create a unique hairstyle.

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