This “business in the front, party in the back” haircut was laughable when David Spade’s “Joe Dirt” character had one,but stylists say the mullet has become pretty popular these days. New York City hairstylist Vincent Minchelli says a few years ago, he only did the cuts here and there, but now, he’s doing five to eight mullets a week. And they’re mostly on women.
Hair pros say the cut is versatile and easy to style, which makes it a good option for those who are tired of using a flatiron or curling iron. And while some of us can’t let go of the mullet’s embarrassing past, Minchelli says, “You can make a modern version that’s pretty, sexy, and elegant.”
Take a look through these photos, is this something you could rock?
Source: New York Post