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The Story Behind Sadie Sink's New Rockabilly Mullett

Sadie Sink’s copper waves have their own fan base. Throughout Sink’s ascension – from her being Max, giving us one of the most memorable Stranger Things scenes, to red carpet princess, to winning Characters in the project

Whale and Taylor Swift’s all good – her red lengths served (and service ), to create unforgettable moments of beauty both on and off screen. So when hairstylist Tommy Buckett was asked to cut Sink’s mane for an upcoming role, he was a little unsure of the public’s reaction.

“When I do it, I’m thinking people either love me or absolutely hate me,” Buckett said. The answer, of course, is love – Sink’s new floppy, furry mullet, which has received ’70s, ’70s and more Much, was a refreshing take on rockabilly fever dreams, and fans responded accordingly. Before the clip, Sink provided references from ’70, centering on androgyny and smooth-back appeal, as well as allusions to David Bowie and Mick Jagger.

“Jane Fonda in the 1970 years for being in Klute famous for cutting all their hair off, and it’s kind of like a hairy mullet, but I really like the idea of ​​the aforementioned Winona Rider’s 70 where you can put Flip it over and flip it back, kind of like a longer cool pixie,” said Buckett, who opted to combine the two — and an extra It girl inspo from model Freja Beha Erichsen — for a more volatile mullet. “You can throw it back and forth; it can be styled any way you want, but it’s really nice to look at because it’s a little bit tall and the sides kick out,” he said.




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