Sometimes, the popular misuse of the word “literally” is mildly annoying. Other times, it’s super annoying, as in this Grammys tweet from MTV.
When I read that, I was like …
Yes, the actress/singer did look cute with a mullet hairstyle.
But she’s definitely not the only one who can work the look. Rihanna looked as sexy as ever when she had a mullet in 2013.
I’ve always liked the mullet worn by Lady Gaga’s old friend, Lady Starlight.
As the Fashion Police would say, “Bitch stole my look!”
Not really, though. Zendaya loves to change up her ‘do … with wigs. I’m living the mullet life with my real hair!
Maybe Zendaya was inspired by this weekend’s, New York Times Style Magazine story on “the bad girl haircut,” which it called a shag. Several of the examples mentioned can also be called mullets. Among those are Jane Fonda’s Klute haircut.
I’m disappointed I can’t find a page I ripped out from another magazine recently, which recommended a shaggy mullet … as long as it doesn’t look like Jane Fonda’s in Klute. Another example of “Never Is the Next New Thing™”?
I love your mullet – it’s just so perfectly you. I’m considering doing the “Mrs. Brady” mullet (only in purple) with my hair.
I used to rock a pretty mean mullet myself lol.
My youngest daughter saw a picture of my ‘doo’ when she was about 5.
She examined the picture intently as I told her… “That’s daddy when I was younger.” to which she responded: “You were a girl?”
I ‘literally’ spit my gum out 🙂
Wished I had a photo to attach to your roundup of the other girls up there hahah!
Good work here, you’ve got a nice blog.
HA!!! great story!!
If you ever find that photo again, send it along.
Your hair is always ah-mazing! I like these edgy mullets — they’re like a party in the front AND back. Though, when you think about it, the stereotypical mullet isn’t exactly “business” in the front.