Mullets for Everyone, Forever!
Kentucky Waterfall, Mudflap, Ape Drape, Neck Blanket, Yes-No, Shlong (short-long), 10/90, Camero Cut, Tennessee Top Hat, Hockey Haircut, Missouri Compromise, and my personal favorite Business in Front Party in the Back. What do these terms have in common, you ask? Well, they all describe a hairstyle that is short on the sides and top, and long and flowing in the back, most commonly referred to as the Mullet. The Mullet has not been a popular hairstyle since the 80's, but a joke to most Americans, now its making a comeback as a legitimate way to wear long hair in many parts of the world.Read more