When men talk about style they generally only get into the aspects of shoes and clothes. They usually do not take into consideration that there are also different hair styles that are for them as well as women. Men are not aware that with a simple change in their hair cut can make the world of difference. Many people get a boost in their ego and self esteem when they have a new hair style. You will notice a difference in ones attitude when they have a new look.
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.
For men that normally visit a basic barber for their hair cutting needs, you will want to search out a reliable and well respected hairstylist in your area. It is not likely that your barber can create the new look you are looking for as they are generally used for the simple trimming of the basic crew cut men have been wearing for decades. You do not have to feel self conscious about going to a hairstylist, this is something many men have been doing for years and it does not reflect your manhood by any means! You can be sure that actors like Owen Wilson and George Clooney visit specialized hairstylists to get their hair cut and styled and you can too!
Men Hairstyle Friday , April 13th , 2018 - 18:07:28 PM
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