There Is A Thing Called Mulletfest And It Is Glorious!
Graphic designer Rob Ayton snagged the haircut prize at the annual Mulletfest in New South Wales, a state in southeastern Australia. It genuinely feels like it’s been a religious ceremony for me, Australia you've been amazing, Ayton said. Ayton, 31, claims he first got the iconic business in the front, party in the back” style as a joke during an Aussie getaway three years ago, but soon found he liked being a mullet man. Today, his hair in back hits his shoulder blade. Growing a good mullet, Ayton said, takes time and patience, and being able to handle a ton of negative feedback.
Mulletfest, according to its website, is a day that honors “the best Mullet cuts in various styles and categories, including everyday, grubby, vintage, extreme, international and junior. Contestants are judged not only on their hair but on their overall presentation and stage presence. All competition entrants are judged on their haircut, overall presentation and stage presence.