Dierks Bentley may be winning the quarantine hair game.
Like many, Bentley has opted to forgo a haircut and let his locks grow long. The results have been absolutely stunning and he wasn’t shy about showing it off on social media.
“Little ride with my #flobro @scottbenge today. Apparently the strength and length of your mullet directly correlates to how much better of a biker you are HA. I have a ways to go in both departments,” he captioned an Instagram post.
Look at that flow, absolutely majestic.
While Bentley is no stranger to a mullet, this one is all natural. In his side project Hot Country Knights, Bentley and his bandmates created alter egos fully equipped with ridiculous outfits and mullet wigs.
The band serves as a satirical tribute to 1990’s Country music and everything from their hair to their outfits is hilariously outdone.
Bentley has been putting in charitable efforts during quarantine as well. He joined a long list of fellow country artists including Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood, Darius Rucker, and more by participating in Universal Music Group’s Covered by Country cloth face mask campaign.
The new line offers a selection of masks giving fans the ability to rep their favorite artist by having their name and design on it. The masks cost $15 a piece and are reusable and washable.
100% of the net proceeds from the Covered by Country campaign benefit the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund. The fund provides financial help for music industry members impacted by the pandemic.