The mullet. This big hair style of the 80's is actually making a comeback. Wrestlers, country singers, even want to-be stars like Kevin Federline have been seen wearing mullets. The mullet originated with car salesmen in the 1970's. It was a fun, easy do that was business in the front and party in the back. They could tie it in a pony tail and keep it under wraps at work and then let it out for partying. There are many variations even including the rat tail (hopefully this won't come back). There isn't much care needed for a mullet. What would George Bush, Dr. Phil, Ryan Seacrest, or even Simon Cowell look like with a mullet? I bet ratings for American Idol would double.
There are also many programs that will allow you to upload a picture of yourself and then "try" hair styles out to see what you would look like. Then you don't have to worry about having a bad hair cut as you will know ahead of time if it is the right look for you. Hair cutting places most always have different books and posters with the latest trends and fashions to help you make your choice and they would love to offer their advice. Remember if you don't look good then they wont look good so they will give their best advice to make sure that you both get what you want.
Many men are not into using styling products and if this you, you have many different options. It can be incredibly easy to wear one of this bang optimized hair styles and not have to use gel or spray in order to make it work. Especially for the side swept bangs all you have to do is blow dry or air dry your hair and your bangs will remain the same all day. Depending on the type of hair you have, you may even be able to blow dry your bangs up so you get the "Ross" look as stated above without the amazing amounts of gel it can take for some men.
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