An Old Hairstyle is New Again

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An Old Hairstyle is New Again

Many people come to our hair salons in Strongsville, Parma and Broadview Heights with pictures of hairdos they want to get while others ask for our opinion. In both cases, our clients want something new… at least something that is new to them. 

Sometimes, we think a particular style is the newest, most innovative style, but when it comes to both hair styles and fashion, it seems like everything old becomes new again at some point. 

What Retro Hairstyle Is Making a Comeback in 2021?

Let’s see if you can figure out what hairstyle we’re talking about with a few hints.

If you are a child of the ’80s, you surely remember it. Celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres, Billy Ray Cyrus, Chuck Norris and others rocked it on the red carpet and showed it off the screen. It was short on top and long in back—or, if you prefer, business in front and party in the back.

Yes, the mullet is back.

The Guardian say it is only going to get bigger: the mullet is the hairstyle 2021!  “Perhaps the most unexpected hairstyle has returned,” they said. “The much-derided mullet: made infamous by Little Richard and David Bowie, is back but with a modern twist.”

Over at Allure magazine, they agree, proclaiming that the mullet is hotter than ever but with the modern twist. 

What is the new twist that is giving new life to the mullet?

The transition between long and short parts is smoother and the whole style is more textured, which opens up all kinds of fun – and stylish – possibilities. 

Celebrities are all in for this new/old trend. Cara Delevingne, Rihanna and Miley Cyrus have all been spotted sporting a mullet. 

If you think you might like to try a mullet, make an appointment with your favorite stylist at our Parma hair salon, our Broadview Heights location or our salon in Strongsville, Ohio. We’ll discuss the options and let you know what might – and might not – work for you. Contact us to bring the mullet back to your life!

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