The Scandinavian hockey hair or mullet in layman’s terms was popular in 1960s. This hairstyle was addressed as unappealing and lowbrow. What do you think?
Maybe I would agree about the business in the front, party in the back definition. Just before the ice hockey players enjoyed this look, Sir Paul McCartney was spotted to have one throughout 1970s. So if you would like a mullet wig costume inspiration, you can count McCartney in.
If being in the Guinness Book of Records is not enough, maybe this greatest composer of the millennium’s other professions will convince you. You can opt on how to impersonate him among being an English singer-songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist, entrepreneur, record and film producer, poet, painter and animal rights and peace activist.
This man used to be Wings and The Beatles member and now one of Britain’s wealthiest musicians. To successfully copy his looks will require further research and decision on which one you will choose. But do not forget the mullet wig and the guitar to be a star of the night.
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