Popular 80’s Haircuts for Men: Mullet and Punk Hairstyle
Apparently, the realm of hairstyles has never ceased to offer something new or renewed. As you see on the internet and magazine cover, there are lots of classic hairstyles that most male celebrities pull off. Just look at Justin Timberlake, Leonardo Di Caprio, and even David Beckham.
They all have slight commonality on their hairstyle, which is authentic to 80’s haircuts. For sure, “Big” was known as the binding factor for haircuts in the 80s.
Let us have a look at mullet, which was known as the “business right in the front, party in the back”. As you see, the hair was styled on the top as well as sides, and then left to grow longer in the back.
One of many celebrities who pulls off this hairstyle is David Bowie, who feathers and teases his haircut till it sticks around three inches on the sides and top. That surely leaves the back length remain straight.
In order to enhance the look, you can apply mousse at your hair roots when the hair is slightly damp and then dry it using blow dryer.
In fact, some men even pull off Mullet hairstyle in the 1980s, using shorter lengths on the sides and top and a side part.
And then, the ideas of 1980s hairstyles for men simply pulled off longer hair back to create a ponytail, or thinned it out across the back of the neck. Well, another 80s hairstyle which also has been popular lately is the Punk.
Billy Ido’s spiked blonde hair is just the perfect example of punk hairstyle from the 80s.