Portraiture photo series by Stefan Ruiz with journalist Rainbow Nelson: “The Mullets of Medellín”

The 6th-century historian Procopius describes it like this:
First the rebels revolutionized the style of wearing their hair. For they had it cut differently from the rest of the Romans…clipping the hair short on the front of the head down to the temples, and letting it hang down in great length and disorder in the back, as the Massageti do. This weird combination they called the Hun haircut.