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August 1, 2019

Kim Wilde Many Faces

It was mostly a masculine haircut that resonated with the glam and ‘hair’ rock spirit of the Seventies and the later Eighties. Just ask David Bowie. But it was singer Kim Wilde that initially popularized the haircut for women, too. And since then, a number of celebrities and rockstars of the time also sported this look, just as Joan Jett.


The idea behind the adaptation of the haircut for women was in-sync with androgynous looks that were (and still are) in vogue.

The mullet haircut is usually defined by shorter layers from the upper part of the head, whereas the longer layers fall successively from the sides and behind.


































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