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When people are growing their hair out from a pixie cut they usually hate the first few months while they wait for the length of the sides and top to catch up with the back, but this is also the time when they’ll get the most complements. As the front grows, if you continue to cut the back length (which will otherwise turn into a mullet) the result is a crisp bob-like line in the nape with piecey sides, a long bang, and lots of texture. Its fun, feminine, and carefree. But you don’t have to go pixie-short first to achieve this look, learn more in the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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Sexy may not be the first word that comes to mind when someone mentions a mullet, but the truth is, a mullet can be pretty freaking hot. It’s the best of both short and long cuts: it feels gamine, but is still luxurious. It’s edgy, fashion forward, and gutsy. Of course there are plenty of mullets that are awkward or downright ugly, but get this look right and it can be super appealing. Learn the secrets of the sexy mullet in the style notes. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Earlier this week, the world said goodbye to its prettiest star. David Bowie, iconic musician, offbeat artist, fashion and beauty muse passed, leaving the world of rock n’ roll in a tragic state. Bowie and his alter-ego Ziggy Stardust had a trailblazing effect on culture, reaching far beyond music and inspiring generations of teens. The mullet, glam costumes, lots of makeup, and groundbreaking music gave kids everywhere the courage to think and dress differently. His shape-shifting style provided the springboard for many catwalk and editorial shoot and will be an oft recycled theme in the future. To continue the celebration of his incredible life, I pulled together some of my favorite looks inspired by Mr. Stardust himself. They are in the notes. Shine on, David.  –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

Today we are featuring editorial hairstyling by world-class stylists. This look is part of a new collection of cuts by master stylist, Lina Arrojo. Lina has worked with illustrious designers at New York Fashion Week, styled celebrities at the Sundance Film Festival, and as Creative Director at ARROJO, she invents new ways to cut and style hair. In short, if Lina is doing it today, the world will be doing it tomorrow.

Cut short at the front and sides and left long in back, this modern mullet has been created with juxtaposition –– a technique that uses combination scissor and razor cutting to create softness with structure. As everything eighties begins to reemerge on the style scene, this mullet is a great look for anyone that wants to keep lengthy strands, but are craving a new look with lots of attitude.

“Living in New York, we find inspiration on the street,” says Lina. “Fashionistas are bringing back the mullet, so I wanted a reinvention . Like the people who love to wear it, this look is bold and rebellious.”

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