The devil-lock style is in many ways the opposite of the classic “mullet” haircut. The adage of “party in the back, business in front” is reversed in this look. The sides and nape area are cut with short
layers, following the hairline in clean, crisp cutting lines. The hair in the crown and top sections is also layered, but the lengths gradually increase as you transit from the back to the fringe area. The
layers are razor-cut, leaving the finish soft and edgy. A simple blow-dry with a light, wax-based styling product allow the hair to be controlled and still remain malleable and have movement. It also allows
the fingers to be used to add definition at will.