Business in the front, party in the back. There’s nothing quite like a good mullet. Mullets are the epitome of style and a defining feature for many people.
Over the years, many country stars have rocked mullets. But in particular, the 1990s were the heyday of mullets in the music world. There are almost too many excellent mullets to choose, from but the list has to be narrowed down regardless.
The iconic hairstyle is not limited by gender, as both men and women have donned the hairdo.
This is not a competition of who is the best country music artist who also sported mullets in the ’90s, but rather which of those mullets was the best. So, let’s take a look at the top ten hairdos of country artists from the last decade of the 1900s.
The Mullets of the ’90s
No. 10 Vince Gill:
Although he may not be the most famous country singer on this list, his mullet in the 1990s speaks for itself. The tidy bangs on his forehead flow beautifully into luscious, long, and curly locks rolling on his shoulders.
No. 9 Travis Tritt:
A classic mullet greeted fans for a long time during the ’90s. Affectionately, Tritt’s mullet is referred to as a beaver tail, and for good reason. However, he is clipped by another country legend, as seen below.
No. 8 Marty Stuart:
The iconic country musician might almost be as famous for his mullets over the years. Stuart gets the nod over Tritt due to the quaff style of the business in the front. However, both mullets are fabulous.
No. 5 Tim McGraw:
When you think, “Tim McGraw,” you might not immediately go to an image of him with a mullet. If we’re being honest, that’s a travesty, because his short time with a mullet was glorious. The look remains a fan favorite to this day. He paired the hairstyle with a bold mustache.
No. 6 Tracy Lawrence:
Tracy Lawrence’s mullet is downright stunning. The blonde hair, along with the blonde mustache, screams ’90s country music. Possibly one of the most underrated stars of all-time, but the mullet can never be forgotten.
The Top 5
No. 5 Dolly Parton:
Do we need to say much? To this day, Parton is known for her hair. Her style stands alone as an all-time classic hairdo, for both men and women.
No. 4 Alan Jackson:
It helps to be handsome and wear cowboy hats. But, when that is paired with a timeless mullet, it’s a win for everyone. We like to think of this as the “next level” of a Tracy Lawrence special.
No. 3 Blake Shelton:
Blake Shelton brings home number three. A strong jawline outlined by long dark, curly flow capped with a cowboy hat meant a successful decade for the budding superstar. Bring it back, Blake.
No. 2 Joe Diffie:
Perhaps one of the best mullet’s in history, Diffie comes in at number two on this list. This hair needs no words, so just admire the ferocity of the look.
No. 1 Billy Ray Cyrus:
There are thousands of pictures around of Billy Ray Cyrus’ mullets over the years. In particular, the ’90s were the glory days for his hair. Based on the variety of his hair and the consistently incredible locks he showcased, the number one spot goes to Cyrus. He didn’t invent it, but he perfected it.