Alert, the mullet trend is setting in for good...
If one day we had been told that the mullet cut will become trendy again, we would never have believed it. But don't worry, it's modernized! Both effortless and cool, this summer's new trendy cut will soon be ours. And this brand new cut is called the "shullet". As stylist Windle Brixton Cowie explains: “None of my clients come directly asking for a mullet - they don't use that word - but they say they want it a little long but a little short, more choppy, with more layers and more shaggy ".
Cousin of the super stylish wolf cut of Billie Eilish, we can characterize the "shullet" of hybrid cut between the "mullet" of the 80s and the "shag" of the 90s. With all its similar cuts you get lost in it for me. lie, imagine the classic fringe of a mullet with the multiple layers of the "shag" and you get the "shullet". So yes, we have to be daring but this trend fits perfectly with our post-containment mindless mood and this desire to wear something totally new. Rihanna, Leigh-Anne Pinnock of Little Mix, and Miley Cyrus have already adopted it!
As stylist Windle Brixton Cowie explains: “None of my clients come directly asking for a mullet - they don't use that word - but they say they want it a little long but a little short, more choppy, with more layers and more shaggy"
Miley opts for a platinum blonde version, inspired by Lady Diana's "mushroom mullet".
A brown shullet, curled a very short in the front.
Rihanna poses for the Fenty Beauty brand with her curly shullet.
Who says a shullet can't be long? Kesha shows us the opposite.
Ursula, the star of "La Casa de Papel", has already adopted the shullet for a long time.
Gigi Hadid poses with a shullet during a shoot for Mexican Vogue.
The former Disney Channel star sports a shullet but is said to be on the way to regrowth.
The member of the famous girl band Little Mix adopts a very fine shullet.