Edgar mullet hairstyles and styling tips
Are you considering getting an Edgar mullet hairstyle? This men’s hairstyle has been trending lately, but how do you know if it’s right for you? How do you know if this style is right for your hair type and your face shape?
To answer this question and more, we reached out to our expert barber, Anthony Giannotti. He shared his top tips and tricks for getting the perfect Edgar mullet haircut.
Even at its peak, the Edgar mullet wasn’t for the faint of heart. Often referred to as “business at the front” or “party at the back”, the mullet has a certain attitude. It’s been worn by some of the world’s most famous people, including hockey players Jaromir Jagr and Patrick Kane, as well as country music star Billy Ray Cyrus and singer Blake Shelton. The Elgar mullet has also been used in baseball, with more flow coming from the back of the baseball cap.
Now, with the resurgence of 80s & 90s styles and fewer barber visits throughout the year, it’s making a comeback. The mullet is a great way to maintain some length while adding some shape. Modern versions can be styled with mohawks, fade, a pompadour, a flat top, or a perm.
Some consider the look offensive. In fact, some countries, such as Iran & North Korea, have banned the mullet due to its “decadent Western hairstyle” and “anti-socialist” nature. But don’t worry, you can still grow your own wild mullet!
Take a look at these cool Edgar mullet styles: Retro, modern, red
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Combine this curly mullet with a baseball cap for the ultimate look. If you have to get a perm to achieve this look, go for it.
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This is one of the more versatile ways to wear the temple fade Edgar mullet. It’s a more expansive version of the mullet hawk.
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This mohawk has a burst fade that’s highlighted by rays. It’s got short hair that’s tied up at the top and the back before the mullet-style cut. It’s a bit of a combo, but it works for this guy.
6. Spiky Hair Edgar Mullet
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An Edgar mullet has a lot of impacts no matter how long it is. This messy spikey beard is in right now. The extra length on the back is great. I’m not saying the fringe covers thinning hair, but if it does, it’s working.
7. Slicked Back Hair
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This is another popular Edgar mullet style from the hipster scene. It’s a neat cut all over with a bit of length at the back.
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9. Edgar Mullet For Boys
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This unique style is heavier on the front than on the back.
10. Classic Edgar Mullet
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The Edgar Mullet offers a fresh take on the classic mullet, with a focus on clean lines and a polished appearance. The longer back and sides give it a playful and edgy vibe, while the shorter top adds a touch of sophistication.
This hairstyle is versatile and can be adapted to suit various hair types and face shapes. It allows for different styling options, such as slicking the top back for a more formal look or adding texture and volume for a casual, relaxed feel.
Overall, the Edgar Mullet is a bold and fashionable choice for those looking to make a statement with their hair. Its blend of classic and contemporary elements creates a distinct and eye-catching style that is sure to turn heads.