A mullet is a hairstyle that is often made fun of in current times for the short in the front, long in the back locks. According to Haircut Hairstyling, the current Asian mullet hairstyles have taken the style and made it softer than the traditional mullets by adding razored layers, which increase volume in thinner hair types.
The short mullet styles for Asian haircuts stop about halfway down the neck. The front and top consist of short and choppy layers and the hair in the back and bottom has longer neck-length layers. The style is often made into spikes of different lengths. This style is appropriate for male and female hair.
A spiky mullet for Asian styles is layered with a razor cut that has different chunky lengths. It can be a long or short style. The hallmark of this style is the short hair in front that layers down to a longer length in the back. The layers are then spiked up in chunks that travel in any preferred direction. The style mixes spikes with a razor-layered mullet.
The long mullet is usually around shoulder length or longer and is similar to a layer cut. The longest thin layers of the mullet are the bottom and back layers of the hair. The next layer is cut much shorter than the first, but overlays the first layer. The hair gradually gets shorter toward the front and top layers to form choppy chunks of short hair at the front and long layers in a mullet at the back.
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