The NSW country country pub celebrating the yellow hairstyle has crowned its first queen of party-backing in front of a crowd of hundreds.
The second annual, Mulletfest, held in the Kurri Kurri mining town at Hunter Castle on Saturday, celebrated the strip of hair that rose to prominence in the last half of the twentieth century and fell to be blurred soon after .
This year he marked the first time that women went to the competition and their critical attitude saw them claiming three titles, including the category – redhead – category alleged by Newcastle Elyce Kiem.
But Michelle "Darlzy" Grainer's everyday favorite bullet winner and the great sea.
Ms Grainer responded to shock and elation as she was pouring a beer in her cup to drink in a celebration.
"The mellet is a great movie d ****** d," he told reporters on Saturday.
Ms Grainer hopes that winning will inspire other young women to wear the way they want.
"Make whatever you want with your hair girls," he said.
Last year Shane & Shag & # 39; Hanrahan was crowned in the best bullet during the MulletFest celebrations in Kurri Kurri.
Kelsley Mann, a newcomer Self-admitted, about eight months of her own body's exercise, said the festival partly showed respect for the older generation that had tied to the bullet through its decline and live to see her revival.
"They're seamless heroes of this place," he told AAP.
"The symbolic Australia and unity. I've never met any of these people but they are here as a family.
"It's more than a hair style, it's a lifestyle."
Daniel Pilbeam North traveled to hundreds of kilometer trips to attend the festival in nose and full bubble suit.
He hid his "southern urban mollusc" from his wife for a year, blaming his fat for misleading after step, until he could no longer conceal.
"Ultimately she turned me down, and now she has come to something similar," she told AAP.
Mr Pilbeam is of the opinion that the festival is important because it raises money for the brain cancer base of Mark Hughes and breaks down the stigma associated with the rocky hairstyle.
"There has been a negative society with bottles over the years and I disagree completely with that," he said.
"Look around, here's a full spectrum of society. I think it's great to see."