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3 Men's Hairstyles We Hope Don't Make a Comeback

Last updated 5 years ago

A number of individuals think that creating the perfect men’s hairstyle is an easy task, but a lot of mistakes can easily be made—regardless of the length of your client’s locks. In fact, some of the worst hairstyles of all time have been male-specific styles. Make sure that your beauty school clients do not repeat history with this overview on men’s hairstyles that we hope never make a comeback:

1.      The Mullet

The “business in the front, party in the back” slogan may have been acceptable during the 1980s, but a mullet in today’s world is considered one of the worst hairstyle faux-pas.  Despite its popularity among celebrities such as John Stamos, David Hasslehoff, Patrick Swayze, and Chuck Norris, the mullet and its associated variations are definitely long past their heyday.

2.      The Male Perm

The disco era gave way to a number of embarrassing fads, from bellbottoms and gold pinky rings to the male perm. Unfortunately, the end of disco was not the end of the male perm, which was still popular long into the 80s.

3.      The Wayne’s World

The long-haired rocker hairstyle may have been around for years, but it was definitely heightened after the release of the cult-classic movie Wayne’s World. However, unless your client is the lead singer for a metal band, chances are that the long-haired, head-banging grunge look is not for him.

Whether you’re interested in specializing in hairdressing or cosmetology, Midway Paris Beauty School in New York is the perfect solution. Our hairdressing and cosmetology school kits contain all of the tools you’ll need to get started on your new career. For more information on beginning your new career give us a call at (718) 418-2790. 


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