At a Brooklyn rock concert earlier this month, Henson Popa could not prevent staring at the singer’s abnormal haircut.
“She had a mullet,” Popa instructed The Post of musician Star Grace’s retro ‘do. “And I was like, ‘Oh my God, that appears seriously, seriously very good on her.’ I required it, too.”
The extremely following day, the NYU pupil rushed to Williamsburg’s Hair Steel Salon and insisted on the exact same fashion.
“I had to just go for it,” claims Popa, 20.
It’s official: Business in the front, get together in the back is, effectively, back. The significantly-maligned mullet — after favored by the likes of David Spade’s trailer-dwelling “Joe Dirt” character, 1980s hockey gamers and place singers — is now all the rage between stylish celebrities, musicians and styles.
Even a lot more surprising, this time it is generally gals, not men, who are getting the plunge into mulleted