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Have you been admiring mullets and shags from afar, feeling a little intimidated to try carving up one for yourself?  And what’s the difference between a mullet and shag anyway? 

We’re here to break it all down and share our favorite tips and tricks to give ANYONE a flattering mullet or shag.  

Join us and learn new fun cutting techniques with the razor, how to get those sweet tendrily bits, and the best way to hand style any hair texture.   

By learning how to observe growth patterns and seeing where the hair wants to live, you’ll be able to give your clients a fresh, easy style that brings out their own unique look while meeting their personal needs and wants. You will be given the tools to look at hair through a different lens, grow confidence to GO FOR IT!  So let’s get to business so we can go to the party!

Thanks to this online training you will:

  • Understand what differentiates a shag from a mullet 
  • Learn razor cutting techniques: texturizing with a razor, weight removal, and tension 
  • Follow one shag and one mullet demonstration from different perspectives and different hair types 
  • Focus on clean sectioning patterns, combing, and face-framing  
  • Learn the importance of balance, head shape, and suitability 
  • Create layers that complement the models head shape and features 
  • Master the use of over-direction to create seamless transitions from short to long 
  • Discover what makes a shape square as opposed to round 
  • Grasp how to create a modern and elegant silhouette
  • Learn how to style a mullet to carry that effortless yet edgy vibe


Approximately 2 hours


Sunday, July 11th, 10 am-12 pm (PST) and Monday, July 12th, 10 am-12 pm (PST)


This tutorial allows you to put into practice:

  • Consult with your clients and learn to study head shape, suitability, proportion, and balance.
  • Be able to implement new techniques with the razor
  • Use creative sectioning to approach and help navigate the cut
  • Learn how to cut bangs to suit your client and how to connect them seamlessly to the layering to give the unique characteristics of a shag
  • Become comfortable with weight removal and varying strokes for different hair types.
  • Select and apply the appropriate products to suit your clients
  • Do a natural blow-dry with either their hands, a diffuser, or a brush
  • Become proficient in the consultation and verbiage when discussing mullets
  • Create square and round shapes within the haircut to best suit the individual
  • Read growth patterns and cowlicks that may disrupt the shape
  • Expand on razor skills so one can finesse the hairlines and transition into longer lengths and textures
  • Know when and where to use weight removal and understand how that differentiates from texturizing
  • Easily style the finished cut in an effortless and modern way


Free. Broadcasted online. You just need a device with an internet connection.

Taught by

Corinna Hernandez

Corinna Hernandez

Corinna Hernandez has been a hairdresser for nearly 20 years, an expert educator for over 13 years, worked backstage at fashion week for 12 seasons and has done editorial work for over a decade. She has taught at over 250 salons for over 3000 stylists across the country, both independently and as a member of the core Bumble & Bumble education team. She is a veteran of NY Fashion Week and has worked backstage on shows including Dior in…
Marcella D’Alessandro

Marcella D’Alessandro

Cella’s hair was something she always thought about. Growing up around so many hairdressers as family friends she had access to experiment with her looks professionally from a young age. But that didn’t stop her from cutting her friends' hair with craft scissors in their bedrooms, and more notably box dyeing her hair black and deeply regretting it. She found herself always going back to hair and fashion and put herself through beauty school. Taking classes at night and…
Casey Montalbano 

Casey Montalbano 

Born creative, Casey Montalbano spent years soul searching for her niche in the art community. She was always inspired by the weirdos and folks who looked “different”... She felt different and identified with them.   After 6 years doing hair she found a home at Pony and Corinna helped her find her weirdo niche in cutting... helping people develop a look that makes them feel more like themselves is more than she could have dreamed of in a career making art... and she's excited to share that.