I had to get the clippers out again, as I was beginning to look like Max Wall. It's usually a multi-stage operation with me as I notice tufty bits I missed before, and at some point I will have to shave the back of my neck.
I have now adopted the No2ish all over as my haircut of choice. Save any faffing about, run the beard trimmers on its longest setting (which equates roughly to a barbers no2 or 3) all over it fairly regularly and fade in the sideburns & neck with a shorter setting /comb.
There is no need for a mullet. its perfectly easy clippering bits of your head you cant see by feel
I just don't get my hair cut. Had the same hairstyle since a kid. Long. I have only cut it myself when it reached my waist years ago. Since it is down to halfway down my back and just gone grey. Doesn't seem to grow now.
I just let it grow. Although about a month or so before the end of the last lockdown, on a socially distanced photo of our new temporary work accommodation, I was mistaken for a female colleague. - Far less flattering for her I would add, than anything in my favour.
I had quite a lot of it removed shortly before Christmas and have said about taking clippers to it and going for a number 2 this time, but Mrs B is dead against it.
In last lockdown a colleague went the full Grizzly Adams and other than his voice, was unrecognised when he had to visit work to print some papers.