If you're tired of your mullet but scared of outgrowing it, now we can reassure you: we know the perfect haircut for the transition.
You need this haircut if you want to grow out your mullet
It's probably the most casual haircut there is and it's back in fashion: the mullet. However, the mullet (short in the front, long in the back) is also a bit special, which is why many mullet wearers long for a change after a while.
Fearing a difficult transition period, much stick to their mullet. But that doesn't have to be the case, because the solution is actually quite simple.
If you've had enough of "business in the front, party in the back", you shouldn't just let the mullet grow out, but rather dare to go to:the hairdresser:in:his/her:trusted one. This is the best way to control the transition from mullet to "Adieu, Mullet".
The easiest way to achieve consistent length in a timely manner is to trim the area where your hair is longest every six to eight weeks. Meanwhile, let the layers and sections that frame the face grow.
While you're waiting for your hackles to even out on the front sections, take a look at the more subtle and versatile mullet version: the shag. With slightly longer strands framing the face and layers around the parting, the shag is definitely your best friend in the transition process.
On the other hand, for those who are open to shorter hairstyles, the mixie (a cross between a mullet and a pixie) might be the best transitional style. The credo is clear: the more hair you cut off, the faster it comes back to one length.