Personally, this little girl had to endure a VERY long and CRUEL awkward stage...
4th Grade - Shirley Temple Curl Mullet
5th or 6th grade(either way it doesn't really matter...keep looking and you will see for yourself. It just gets worse) - Big BANG Mullet
7th Grade - I just rolled out of bed Mullet
8th Grade - Hot Air Balloon Mullet
9th Grade - Afro Puff Mullet
10th or 11th Grade - Golden Retriever Mullet
Go ahead...keep laughing...I do! I didn't back then, but I do now. But seriously, I tried everything. You have to remember this during a time before CHi hot irons, De-frizzing serums, High Watt Blow dryers that would blow a breaker, & specialty shampoo and conditioners to prime the hair for styling. With all that said, here is what I tried...
I tried hugging my cabbage patch dolls and pulling my hair up as tight as I could on top of my head... I tried sitting on the Easter bunny's lap and making a wish...Wait, Easter bunnies don't grant wishes. Man, if only I only knew what I know now...I guess I should have been looking for a magic lamp cause that Bunny sure would have thought I was weird if I tried rubbing on him or uh her?...Check out those stone washed jeans!And lastly, I tried just putting a cap on it. Granted the only one I could find was my youngest brothers toddler hood, which I ripped off of his winter coat. He didn't miss it too much! Whoa...Thank the Lord and the makers of advanced hair products and haircuts from a real stylist instead of your neighbor who kills their cows in your pasture! Something must have worked because this looks like a normal picture for a 12th grade graduate.
Feel free to vote for your favorite mullet picture! Hope you had a great laugh at my expense! P.S. Don't tell my kid's that I stole the batteries out of their key board to finish post. It's not really my fault my mouse died.