25 Edgy Mohawk Mullet Hairstyles + How to Style

Updated on February 20, 2024
Tatiana Cooper By Tatiana Cooper
Tatiana Cooper

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    25 Edgy Mohawk Mullet Hairstyles + How to Style

    We’re sure you’ve heard of the mohawk; we mean, who hasn’t? And we’re also sure you’ve heard of the mullet, “cause also, who hasn’t? But have you ever heard of the mohawk mullet? We know it sounds crazy but it’s one of the hottest looks of the year.

    Get ready to ‘mullet’ over these options and ‘hawk’ your world as we dive into the wild and whimsical realm of Mohawk mullet hairstyles – because business in the front and party in the back is just the kind of ‘shear’ brilliance we need to shake up our hair game.

    How To Style Mohawk Mullet

    If the appeal of a mohawk mullet is, well, appealing, then you are probably wondering how one might style this amazing hairdo. Wonder no longer, as we have the perfect guide to help you learn how to style mohawk mullet.

    Materials Needed:

    1. Hair gel or wax
    2. Comb
    3. Hair dryer (optional)
    4. Mirror

    Step #1

    Start with clean, dry hair. Wash your hair to remove any styling products or oils, and allow it to dry completely.

    Step #2

    Use a comb to separate the longer hair in the center (mohawk) from the shorter hair on the sides (mullet). Comb each section to ensure it is smooth and free of tangles.

    Step #3

    Apply a small amount of hair gel or wax to the mohawk section. Style it according to your preference. You can spike it up for a classic mohawk look or experiment with other styles.

    Step #4

    Apply a styling product to the shorter hair on the sides (mullet) to add texture or hold. You can leave it loose for a more casual look or add a slight wave for added flair.

    Step #5

    Use the comb to blend the transition between the mohawk and mullet sections. Ensure a smooth and natural flow between the two lengths.

    Step #6

    If desired, use the comb to shape and define the overall style. Adjust the length and shape of the mullet as needed.

    Step #7

    If you want to set the style more firmly, use a hair dryer on a low heat setting to help the styling products set in place.

    Step #8

    Check your hairstyle in the mirror and make any final adjustments. Ensure that both the mohawk and mullet sections are well-defined and styled to your liking.

    Mohawk Mullet Fade

    The mohawk mullet fade we recommend to those who are really big fans of this look. Why? Well, the fade shaves down the sides of the hair on the head, accentuating the longer hair on the head. This will make the mohawk mullet shine bright and be the center of attention.

    You have six different options for a fade, such as:

    Curly Mullet Mohawk

    Calling all curly-haired individuals! Pick up!

    The Curly Mullet Mohawk is your chance to let those natural curls shine while still showing off the rocker vibes of the Mohawk. Keep the sides short to accentuate those luscious curls on top, creating something to draw the eyes, too. Use a curl-enhancing product to define each curl and ensure they hold their shape throughout the day. With this hairstyle, you’ll be a walking testament to how perfect curly hair can look on men.

    Permed Mohawk Mullet

    If you just saw the picture of the guy above with that perfect curly mullet mohawk and sighed at the realization that you will never get your straight hair to curl like that – we’re about to change your world – ever heard of perm? A perm is a type of chemical treatment that will temporarily curl the hair giving you a natural beautiful wave for about 3 months.

    We wouldn’t be a good friend if we didn’t let you in on the pros and cons of a perm before you run to the salon. Take a peek at the table below.

    Pros of a Permed Mohawk Mullet Cons of a Permed Mohawk Mullet
    • Curl or Wave Definition
    • Low Maintenance
    • Versatility
    • Volume and Body
    • Long-Lasting Results
    • Damage to Hair
    • Maintenance
    • Unpredictable Results
    • Regrowth and Transition
    • Chemical Sensitivity

    Modern Mullet Mohawk

    If you want to look like all the other men out there rocking a mohawk mullet, then you are going to want to check out this modern mullet mohawk. This hairstyle combines the calm, cool, and collected nature of the mullet we often see today with the edginess of the mohawk.

    Wide Mohawk Mullet

    If you have thinner hair, this might be the mohawk mullet for you. Why? Well, creating a mohawk that’s a bit wider will help to create the allusion of thicker hair. However, if you have thicker hair, going for a wider mohawk might be a bit much and not get the mullet mohawk effect you set out for.

    There are other ways you can help your thin hair look a bit thicker for the perfect wide mohawk mullet, such as:

    1. Choose the Right Haircut: Opt for a haircut that adds volume and texture. Shorter styles, like a textured crop or a layered cut, can create the appearance of thicker hair.
    2. Use Lightweight Products: Choose lightweight styling products such as volumizing mousses, sprays, or styling creams. Heavy products can weigh down your hair and make it look flat.
    3. Blow-Dry Upside Down: Flip your head upside down while blow-drying. This helps lift the roots and adds volume. Use a low-heat setting to avoid damage.
    4. Tease the Roots: Lightly tease or backcomb the roots at the crown of your head. Be gentle to avoid damage, and use a comb or brush to lift the hair slightly.
    5. Healthy Scalp: Maintain a healthy scalp using a gentle shampoo and conditioner. A healthy scalp contributes to overall hair health.

    Reverse Mohawk Mullet

    The reverse mohawk mullet might sound scary, but it’s anything but. It gets its name from the fact that if you put the bottom at the top by the forehead and the top at the bottom at the nape of the neck it would look is the same. Basically, it’s just a mohawk mullet that is as long at the back as it is in the front. Aka, you’ll have bangs.

    Long Mohawk Mullet

    If you like the length of your hair and don’t want to sacrifice it while still adding some change to your look, the long Mohawk mullet might be just for you. Allow the central strip to grow out, and maintain the sides at a shorter length for contrast. Since there’s a good amount of length you can play around with different styles also!

    Zohna Tip

    If you have long hair, use a hair mask once a week to help ensure your hair doesn't look dry and ratty.

    Shaggy Mohawk Mullet

    This haircut is a three cut wonder! You have the shag, the mohawk, and the mullet all in one hairstyle! This is a true rock star hairstyle and we can totally see that for you. The shaggy mohawk mullet is a nod to the cool hairstyle that ruled the music scene in the 70s and 80s – and what could be cooler than that?

    Punk Mohawk Mullet

    If you consider yourself a pink enthusiast, this pink mohawk mullet could be perfect for you. What makes this so unique is the longer hair at the back that you can add a pop of color, too. You can copy the image or go for your favorite colors – there’s really no wrong answer here.

    Short Mohawk Mullet Fade

    If you have short hair, this short mohawk mullet fade is probably something that might spark your interest. It may also spark your interest if your favorite thing about the mohawk mullet is the mohawk. By this, we mean that the shorter your hair, the spiker you can make it look – and the mohawk loves a spiky moment.

    Zohna Tip

    If you use a gel to get the mohawk look, ensure you use a lightweight gel for thinner hair and a strong hold gel for thicker hair.

    Mexican Mohawk Mullet

    Bienvenidos amigos to the Mexican Mohawk Mullet! This lively and vibrant variation fuses the spirit of Mexico with the audacity of the Mohawk Mullet.

    Burst Fade Mullet Mohawk

    The burst fade transitions from short to longer hair, culminating in the central strip styled into a mullet mohawk. This hairstyle is really about blunt edges and texture. It’s great for people who like their hair to be the center of attention and love spending time styling it.

    Low Fade Mohawk Mullet

    If you want to clean things up a bit, there’s no better way than to incorporate a low fade to your mohawk mullet. Sometimes, our hair can feel a bit out of control, but this is the solution to keep things tame. You and your hair will be thanking us later.

    Faux Mohawk Mullet

    If commitment isn’t your thing, fear not-the Faux Mohawk Mullet offers a temporary taste of the Mohawk Mullet magic. Simply style the central strip into a faux Mohawk using styling products and pins. Pair it with a faux mullet at the back by tucking the sides in or adding extensions.

    Blonde Mohawk Mullet

    If your a blonde that wants to accentuate your golden locs, we can’t recommend the blonde mohawk mullet enough. The combination of the texture of the cut and the dimensions of your blonde hair will create the most intriguing haircut you’ve had yet. And we have a sneaky feeling it’ll definitely grant you some compliments.

    Red Mohawk Mullet

    One of our favorite things about the mohawk mullet is that you can dye your hair any color, and it will look good. This red mohawk mullet has to be our favorite. The vibrancy, the cut, the color, the slay. It’s definitely giving something, and we are so here for it.

    If you choose to dye your hair we want to ensure you have all the tips and tricks to do it right for the best outcome. Check out the table below for the best tricks and tips hiding up our sleeves for the best red mohawk mullet.

    Tips For Dying The Red Mohawk Mullet Description
    Choose the Right Color Consider your skin tone, eye color, and personal style when choosing a hair color. If you’re unsure, consult with a professional stylist for recommendations.
    Read the Instructions Always read and follow the instructions provided with the hair dye. Different products may have specific applications and processing times.
    Perform a Patch Test Before applying the dye to your entire head, perform a patch test to check for allergic reactions or sensitivity. Follow the instructions on the product for the patch test.
    Prepare Your Hair Start with clean, dry hair. Avoid washing your hair immediately before dyeing, as natural oils can help protect your scalp.
    Protect Your Skin Apply petroleum jelly or a barrier cream along your hairline, ears, and neck to prevent the dye from staining your skin. Wear old clothing or use a cape to protect your clothes.
    Use Gloves Always wear the gloves provided in the hair dye kit to protect your hands from staining. If the kit doesn’t include gloves, purchase disposable ones separately.

    Mohawk Mullet Crop Top

    If you are all about sharp edges and clean lines, then the Mohawk mullet crop top will scream your name. Keep the central strip long and styled into a Mohawk while the sides are buzzed super short. This hairstyle is definitely bold and adds a twist to the classic Mohawk Mullet.

    80s Men’s Hair Mullet Mohawk

    It’s true that what comes around goes around, and that includes hairstyles. This 80s men’s hair mullet mohawk takes us back in time to when the mullet and mohawks were much more popular than they are now. This hairstyle is all about the flow and the cut.

    Fluffy Mohawk Mullet

    If gravity-defying volume is your hair goal, the Fluffy Mohawk Mullet is the perfect choice. This style amps up the volume on top, creating an explosion of fluffy goodness. Style your central strip into airy and voluminous spikes that defy natural laws while keeping the sides neatly trimmed.

    White Mohawk Mullet

    As the name suggests, this style features bright white hair, helping to accentuate the mohawk mullet trim. The bright white hair color is definitely a bold choice, but so is the mohawk mullet to begin with, so why not embrace it and go all out?

    Zohna Tip

    If you have super blonde or white hair, make sure to use purple shampoo once a week to help cut any brass coloring and keep things white.

    Undercut Mohawk Mullet

    This hairstyle combines the best of both worlds – a highly shaved undercut that emphasizes the height and drama of the mohawk, complemented by a cascading mullet at the back. If you are comfortable with having an exposed scalp, this is the haircut for you; as you can see, it’s definitely a requirement.

    Mohawk Flat Top Mullet

    The mohawk flat top mullet is for someone who likes the look of the mohawk but doesn’t love it. This means having a flatter top but still looking mohawk-y and letting the hair cascade down the back of the head for the ultimate mullet. It’s like 40% mohawk and 60% mullet. Do you catch our drift?

    Rat Tail Mullet Mohawk

    Looking for something a little more unconventional? The Rat Tail Mullet Mohawk is exactly as it sounds: ratty (but in a cool way.) This cut emphasizes the back of the head, as the hair extends a little bit further than would seem normal – aka the rat tail part of this style.

    Retro Mullet Mohawk

    Speaking of retro, let’s not forget the Retro Mullet Mohawk. This hairstyle is perfect for those who have a fondness for all things vintage and love to make a statement. Picture this: a tight, permed mullet mohawk that harkens back to the days of glam rock and disco fever.

    Blended Mohawk Mullet

    Blended Mohawk MulletInstagram@il.magriPIN

    For those who prefer a more subtle approach to their wild hairstyles, the Blended Mohawk Mullet is perfect. This look seamlessly blends the shaved sides of a classic mohawk with the cascading length of a mullet, creating an ideal balance. The expertly blended transition from the shaved sides to the longer length at the back is a work of art.

    FAQ

    • How Do I Maintain A Mohawk Mullet?

      Maintaining a Mohawk Mullet requires regular trimming to keep the shape defined. You’ll also want to invest in some high-quality hair products to style and keep your hair in place. Additionally, don’t forget to schedule regular touch-ups with your hairstylist to keep your look fresh and on point.

    • Can I Pull Off A Mohawk Mullet?

      Absolutely! The Mohawk Mullet is a hairstyle that anyone can rock with confidence. It’s all about embracing your individuality and expressing yourself through your personal style. Remember, your hair is your canvas, and the Mohawk Mullet is the perfect way to paint a picture of your bold and fearless self!

    • Is The Mohawk Mullet Suitable For All Hair Types?

      Yes! The beauty of the Mohawk Mullet is that it can be customized to suit various hair types and textures. Whether you have straight, curly, or even coily hair, a talented stylist can work their magic and create a Mohawk Mullet that perfectly complements your natural hair.

    Mohawk Mullet Frenzy

    So there you have it, folks – the Mohawk Mullet, the ultimate hairstyle for those who can’t decide what they want. Just kidding. This “best of both worlds” hairstyle is a mix of punk, rebelliousness, and timeless style. Now, all that’s left to do is head to the barber or grab a pair of scissors and head to the bathroom – but in order to have the best look, we recommend the former! Happy styling!