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Lemon Mullet by MOSER

Step-by-step for the Lemon Mullet

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Having taken note of the mullet’s recent renaissance in the world of fashion, MOSER decided to select the Lemon Mullet as the first style to be taken from their “Rough” collection. Influencers and trendsetters are particularly fond of the look as it allows a wide range of creative colouring and styling possibilities and makes for a stylish accompaniment to various cool outfits. The modern mullet style has its roots in the punk era of the 1970s. It is now considered a statement of individualism and boosts each personal style with exciting new touches. The Lemon Mullet achieves this with striking colour accents at the front of the head, as well as brand new cutting and styling techniques. Therefore, the hair at the top of the head is kept slightly longer and has a fairly dull appearance. In sharp contrast, the neck sections stand out with wildly diverse lengths and accents. By adding these features, the creative team has delivered a thoroughly original take on the mullet style that showcases a progressive flair with extremely short-shaven and high-contrast side areas. The extra features provide the overall look with an even greater dose of attitude. 

The latest high-performance MOSER appliance was used to create the Lemon Mullet: KUNO. The professional tool meets the highest standards required for innovative cutting techniques and provides perfect cutting results and outstanding effects when combined with the MAGIC, BLENDING and TEXTURIZING blades. The clear contours and outstanding details were created using the professional CHROMINI PRO2 ultra-close trimmer.  

Hair: Enes Dogan, MOSER Artistic Team @enesdogan_de 

Danny van Tuijl @hairbydvt | @gingerlemonhair
Photos: MOSER / Philipp Jelenska @philippjelenska
Styling & colour: Lizzy Lemon @colourlemon | @gingerlemonhair
Make-up:Nadja Hluchovksy @makeup_by_nadjah
Collection: MOSER Rough 


1. Lighten the fringe area with a 10% vol. hair bleaching product and then create a vibrant, direct yellow hue. Now rinse it. Then, create a section starting from the temple and ending at the highest part of the head.  
2. Create a triangular section at the top of the head.
3. Define an oblique contour running backwards on both sides using the CHROMINI PRO 2.
4. Create a classic fade on both sides using the KUNO and the BLENDING BLADE. To do this, work alternately with a closed and an open blade set and use the 1.5 mm, 3 mm and 4.5 mm magnet attachment combs.
5. Define all the lateral contours using the CHROMINI PRO 2.
6. In vertical sections and at a 90° angle, evenly trim all the hair at the back of the head to the desired length using the appliance-over-finger technique as well as the KUNO and the MAGIC blade.
7. The hair should not be too long at the top of the head. Here, work with vertical sections at a 90° angle and evenly trim the hair sections using the KUNO and the MAGIC BLADE.
8. Clearly define the fringe using the KUNO and the MAGIC BLADE.
9. Structure and combine all of the sections of hair at both the top and back of the head using the KUNO and the TEXTURIZING BLADE.
10. If the hair in the neck area is too short, hair extensions may be added to the right and left at the back of the head. These should have strong textures and be of varying lengths. Finally, shape the hair using the VENTUS PRO and suitable styling products.