This post is about the Asian mullet hair style for girls. Before I get into that, I remember saying that I thought of around ten posts and I did. This is the last post I thought about doing and from now on, I might not make a post everyday because I’m awfully busy sometimes and free other times. I’m going to make a turn in my blog and do something new. I’m going to be doing more entries about the different sorts of things in my life. I’m already making diary posts but those are usually when I go somewhere or do something in my life. You’ll see what I mean when I make these posts. I will still be making fashion and beauty posts. Keep reading!
My hair is growing and it is slowly growing out of its Asian mullet. Therefore, I wanted to make a post to remind myself in the future of the cool hair I had, unless, of course, I have cooler hair in the future. I don’t think I’ll be keeping this hair and I’ll explain why later. Firstly, here is what a mullet on girls look like. I love it!
I can honestly say that I don’t know who this girl is. (I don’t know why I say honestly or to be honest at all, because I’m always telling the truth anyways) However, looking at the words at the bottom of the picture and the fact that she is downright gorgeous, I suspect that she is someone famous! I have a couple of photos of myself with the mullet hair style but the thing is, it’s not styled. Don’t tell me it doesn’t look like it because it does when it’s styled! You’ll just have to take my word for it.
The second photo looks a bit off but that’s when my hair is totally straight – like every single day. What an Asian mullet hair style is that there are crazy layers. When I say crazy, I’m talking about crazy layers. There are super short layers at the top of the head and it’s basically a whole bunch of layers at the top and a small section of straight hair at the bottom. I had a lot of hair but most of it was cut off near the end of my face. Having the mullet was all good and that, but this isn’t a tutorial about mullets. Instead, this can introduce you to the hairstyle if you did not know about it before (by the way, it’s the Asian version of scene hair, pretty much) and tell you about the downside of the hairstyle!!! Read on.
To achieve this hair, I had my friend cut it for me. I trust her and she’s not a professional hair cutter or anything but I trust her enough to cut my hair – and that’s a lot of trust. You can look at my old photos in the post entitled Taking Photos and look at my old hair. In my old photos, I have front bangs and straight hair. I used to go to hair salons only ever since I was seven or so. My mom used to cut my hair and it was HORRIBLE. Just like most Asian kids, I had a bowl cut. Mushroom hair with front bangs that were centimetres above my eye brows and uneven. When I was seven I got my hair cut at a salon and I even got layers. It was pretty cool but the razor hurt so much! Okay enough about my hair story. I might make a hair story post one day though… So my friend cut it with a razor or hair trimmer (I have one at home too) and what it did to my hair was it created a lot of split ends. Maybe if you use scissors it won’t make as much damage but it’s enough damage for me to not cut it anymore. Well, I guess I’m over-exaggerating a little. Sure, I have split ends now but it’s not that many hairs that are affected. Either way, my plan is to grow my hair out (all my cut mullet hair which will probably take YEARS to grow out since it’s so short) but then again, I don’t often listen to myself and might have it cut again. Wow I’m so rebel. Not cool.
Edit at 10:06 A.M.:
I know who the person in the first photo is! Her name is Mikki, also known as Lee Yeon Ju. She is a ulzzang model for girlsholic, a Korean store. She’s so pretty.
Edit on Tuesday, June 25, 2013:
Since the person in the first photo of this post is Mikki, it is obviously not my photo. I did not meet her and I do not own that photo.