Shag meets mullet... What sounds like the beginning of a strange joke about two people with unusual names is in fact the best description for the latest trend hairstyle for spring 2021. Admittedly, it is no less unusual, but it comes for it So incredibly hip and cool. The shullet is made from mullet and shag.
After singer and actress Selena Gomez wore the Shullet as a trend hairstyle almost a year ago, it is celebrating its breakthrough this year. The reason: The unusual hairstyle not only declares war on the hairy sadness after months of lockdown, but the shullet is also absolutely flattering, fits every hair structure and color, and is easy to style on top of that.
The Shullet combines the subtle layers and natural layering of the shag hairstyle, which was extremely popular in the 70s thanks to style icons like Mick Jagger and Jane Fonda, and the short top hair and bangs of the 90s Mullet hairstyle.
Don't worry: the Shullet has nothing in common with the slightly chubby mullet hairstyle from decades ago. Rather, thanks to the curls and voluminous layers of the shag that gently frame the face, the shullet exudes modern and chic vibes.
Jordan Avery Z proves on Instagram how flattering the trend hairstyle looks. The hairstylist from Kansas City in the US state of Missouri is a true master of the shullet and gives many of her customers the retro hairstyle. It shows: The shullet fits a wide variety of hair colors and lengths. Different hair structures can also be optimally presented with the hairstyle. Thick and voluminous hair gets more structure, thin hair looks more voluminous thanks to the layers.
The length of the pony can be varied according to your mood. A micro-pony creates an edgy look, while gentle curtain bangs look more elegant and chic.
And another advantage: Even if the steps of the shullet grow out after a while, the trend hairstyle still looks great and does not have to be trimmed so quickly.