Men’s New Style – The Mullet Haircut

Taper Fade and Arched Top

This striking mullet haircut features a side taper fade and an arched top for maximum impact. Inspired by Loki, Thor’s half-brother, this style statement offers a sharp and neat appearance.

Slicked Back and Versatile

Men looking for a different hairstyle should try this slicked-back mullet. It can easily be achieved using gel and works well on straight or curly locks. Its long top and faded sides offer a modern twist to the classic short-on-the-front and long-on-the-back haircut popularized during the 80s.

Enhancing Natural Textures

If your hair is naturally wavy or curly, adding a molding product can enhance its natural textures, making styling the mullet easy. Choose between sleek and polished styling or a more natural and rugged look. Adding an eyeliner at the temples further customizes this haircut, allowing for unique edges and reflecting your individuality.

Ideal for Thick, Wavy Hair

This style is ideal for men with thick, wavy hair that holds curls well and features natural volume. It provides the classic aesthetic of a full-bob style mullet haircut, even for those with limited styling time.

Voluminous and Beachy Texture

Even if your hair is naturally straight, you can create an eye-catching mullet by adding product and allowing it to air dry for a voluminous and beachy texture. Whether socializing with friends or meeting with clients, this style makes a statement.

Effortless Casual Appearance

Let your mullet fall loose at the back and sides for an effortlessly casual yet relaxed style. Style the top of your hair with face-framing bangs swept to either side for a sophisticated and elegant look.

Temple Fade and Wavy Mullet

Right now, one of the hottest trends for men’s haircuts is the temple fade and wavy mullet style. It offers an eye-catching alternative to comb-overs and can be styled in various ways, such as straight fringe, quiff, or undone tousled.

Contemporary Take on the Mullet

Try this contemporary take if you prefer a less dramatic approach to the classic mullet. It features a short French crop with a low skin fade and still maintains a long top length. This casual-looking choice requires less commitment than other hairstyles like the mohawk or bowl cut.

Showcasing Natural Texture with a Fade

Curly-haired individuals will find the mullet style ideal for showcasing their natural texture. Pairing it with a fade can be particularly flattering, as the longer lengths at the sides help cover any mistakes made during the haircutting process.

Ensure the style stays in place using good hairspray, such as Dove Extra Hold Non-Aerosol Hairspray. Conditioning-infused hairsprays make locks softer and shinier. Remember to use hydrating conditioner to prevent dry and curly locks.