Mullet and Rat Tail Hairstyles with 1980s Look for Men
Without a doubt, creativity was the most prominent thing in the realm of fashion in the 80, which was evinced by the ubiquitous hairstyles in that particular era. The hairstyles in the 80s were famous for their big volume and boldness for both women and men. The hairstyles were actually the integral part of the everyday style.
Although the styles may look so complicated, to some people, they actually are simple to recreate. One thing that makes them slightly challenging to do is that they need unnatural positioning. Hereunder are two styles to tryout for men.
For sure, the Mohawk and spiky hairstyles are known to be much too masculine and may appear rather inappropriate for formal event. If you are a man who likes to have formal hairstyles with classic look, then the mullet style is just the right style to wear.
If you are at all interested in this style, you first need to style your hair into a mullet.
The style requires the wearer to keep the sides and top of his hair stay short, or tapered, and then the rest of the hair has to be allowed to grow down the back.
You need to keep all hair short on your head, but for a single rat tail on the base of your scalp, right above your neck, which you will need to allow to grow long, down the back.
Another thing you need to remember is that the tail has to be only one or two inches wide. The rat tail style was affected by the mullet.