MulletFest is a thing – and here are some of the most eye-catching mullets it has to offer.
Mullets are as much a part of Australia as thongs and a slab of VB. Regardless of how much you love or hate the business-in-the-front/party-at-the-back ‘do, these beauties are definitely worthy of a little admiration.
I remember a colleague once told me how attracted to mullet-haired men she was. I awkwardly told her I was confused as to whether she was kidding or not. She was dead serious. She loved mullets.
At that moment, I admitted how wonderful it is that every single one of us have such different ideas of beauty.
So naturally, there should not have been any surprise that some people are loving the mullet.
A festival for all your mullet needs
MulletFest had ensured the best of the best mullets Australia has to offer. And boy does it deliver with the goods.
A Facebook wellness and beauty blog shared some of the best mullets from MulletFest 2020.
Mullets are an iconic part of Aussie culture and don’t discriminate by age. In fact, MulletFest doesn’t discriminate in any way, shape or form.
The categories to register for MullFest are: Junior (ages 0-18), Vintage (over-50s), Ranga, Grubby, Extreme, International and Everyday. If that doesn’t cover every kind of mullet imaginable, we’re not sure what would!
Mullets – both versatile and amusing
We’ve seen footy stars sporting a mullet to their own weddings after losing a bet to their mates. We’ve seen pseudo-scientists in zombie shows sporting the mullet. And, mulleted kids seem to be growing in population at astronomical speeds.
Whether you get get a good chuckle out of a good mullet or you genuinely adore them, we can all agree that mullets bring a lot of joy to their bystanders.
And that is definitely what the world needs right now.