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Often people seem to stick with the styles of their youth, which may have been very attractive at that time. For instance, 15 to 20 years ago, the teased/feathered/mullet style was trendy. They likely associate that with what was attractive in their younger days and are not inclined to update. It’s not limited to hair; often these same women need to update their cosmetic styles, too. But it’s not limited to women. Hockey player Jaromir Jagr seemed to have a mullet long past that style’s prime.

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