Top Mullets of 2023: I Was Shocked to Learn How Many There Are
I was today years old when I learned that there are names for different mullets. My head sported what would be considered a “Middlepart Mullet” in my teens. I thought it was just called a mullet.
In the ever-evolving world of hairstyles, the mullet seems to survive and have multiple resurgences.
Icons like David Bowie and Joan Jett wore them in a rebellious way, and today, superstars like Miley Cyrus are reimagining this iconic hairdo in many interesting ways. With the resurgence of the mullet, AllAxess used Google search data to determine to top 10 mullet styles of 2023, ranked by search popularity. That’s correct, the top mullets of this year alone.
There’s the Mohawk Mullet. This is for the audacious and brave, the Mohawk Mullet combines the fearless audacity of a mohawk with the free-flowing charm of a mullet.
The Tapered Mullet smoothly transitions from a bold front to a flowing back, exuding a captivating allure.
The Straight-Haired Mullet is sleek, sharp, and sophisticated. It’s a mullet variation that offers a modern twist for those with straight hair, emanating a polished aura.
This is what I wore when I had hair. The Middlepart Mullet features a central part that adds a contemporary touch to the classic mullet. I thought I looked good then, but now, not so much.
This is certainly an eighties-inspired mullet. The Permed Mullet revives retro vibes, where tight curls meet the iconic mullet silhouette for a truly nostalgic look.
A tribute to the golden era of rock and roll, the Eighties Mullet channels rebellion with its wild, shaggy demeanor, transporting us back to a time of musical rebellion. Mel Gibson had the best one.
The Curly Mullet emphasizes volume and depth. It creates a captivating and textured appearance.
There are Short Mullet Variations that have a trendy twist for those seeking a fresh take on tradition.
The Modern Mullet is described as refined and sophisticated. It’s a look that embraces nostalgia with a contemporary twist.
Then there’s the Classic Mullet. This is the mullet that reigns supreme with its voluminous top and flowing tail. OMG, the tail!
In my humble opinion, any mullet is not a good look for most. It’s hard for me to look at someone like Morgan Wallen and not cringe at that look. However, there are some people like Miley Cyrus who seem to pull it off. I feel like the best mullets are the ones that don’t scream “mullet” when you see it. Usually, it’s the old pictures from the eighties and nineties that are really unsettling.
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