Just like clothes, haircuts also go in and out of fashion, and depending on your age and where you live, some of these styles will have been more popular than others. No doubt there's some photos of most of you with a few of these haircuts that you wish you hadn't uploaded to Facebook 5 years ago.
Short Back And Sides
Mullets seem to go in and out of fashion roughly every 20 years. They were popular in the 80s, and then again in the 00s, but the key difference between the two was the introduction of a straightener to the equation. I am extremely proud to say that I never had a mullet.
Gel + Straightener + Fringe
There's probably an actual name for this style but this is the only way I can think to describe it. Was often paired with a mullet, and required as much, if not more, gel as was needed for a 'V'. Again this hasn't been popular for a few years now.
2 All Over
Not too dissimilar from the blonde tips, with the real difference being that all of the hair strand is dyed rather than just the tips, as the name would suggest. I know it's extremely complicated but I'm trying to make it as simple as possible so hopefully you can follow this description.
More than a few gingers have tried this tactic to try and avoid the ridicule that comes with having red hair. Unfortunately, they never really fool anyone, and in my opinion, they should just embrace the hair they were given. Christina Hendricks is a redhead and we all fancy her, men and women alike.