The Mullet Hairstyle Is Making A Comeback

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Brace yourself - the mullet is back.

The once-hated haircut is becoming popular again thanks to celebs like Miley Cyrus and Kesha sporting the ‘do.

People are getting sick and tired of using the flatiron and curling iron.

Hairstylist Vincent Minchelli says he does five to eight mullet cuts a week, mostly on women.

Ladies are also falling for another retro style that’s closely related to the mullet: a ’70s-inspired ‘do called the shag that comes with loads of layers. The main difference, according to stylists, is that a mullet is a disconnected haircut that usually shows the ears with a short crown on top. The shag, however, is more blended.

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