Just walk to your local pub to see proof that the pier is back. Since a hairstyle is considered so outrageous that those who wear it should be forced to wear a hat to avoid the public’s gaze of atrocity, it seems that the style is, after all, cyclical. What we hoped would never return has made our heads grow, and this time it looks like the dock is going nowhere.
For those unfamiliar (read: those too young to have witnessed the pier first), the pier is classified by an aspect that is cut at the front and allowed to flow from behind. Carriers can bring the salmon as they see fit, whether they want it textured, poorly cured, wild, or take it with the manifesto “Business in front, Party behind.”
While it all started ironically, it seems that when it comes to hairstyles, blurring has been replaced by a style previously worn by people like Joe Exotic. Now, even Miley Cyrus carries a dock and makes it look good. Once popular in the 1970s and 1980s thanks to the likes of David Bowie, George Clooney and Billy Ray Cyrus, even the biggest fashion designers are sending their models to the catwalk with fashion.
It is true that the pier is the trend of the moment, but as for North Korea, they do not have it. Kim Jong-un has banned mullets, and honestly, aren’t we sure if this is a blessing or a curse? In addition to the hairstyle, skinny jeans and nose piercings are also banned as the leader becomes increasingly important. concerned about the influence of the “capitalist lifestyle of the declining West,” according to The Express.
A nationwide newspaper called Rodong Sinmum, which is run by Jong-un’s political party, explains that the country could “collapse like a damp wall regardless of its defensive power if we don’t stay in our own lifestyle. “.
Skinny, skinny jeans, t-shirts with slogans and piercings are just some of the other banned fashion looks coming out of North Korea and, if all this wasn’t sad enough, the BTS and Blackpink pop sensations are basically banned in North Korea. North. , too.