Dr Alastair Bush began growing out his short back and sides during Covid and decided to keep going
From certain angles as he sits at his desk, Dr Alistair Bush’s hair looks neat and conventional, the sort of cut that might suit any British country GP. But if he turns to look at his screen or, perhaps, scribble out a prescription, a rather more surprising hairstyle emerges: a glorious, wavy, cascading mane that has earned him a place in next month’s Mulletfest in Australia.
Bush – it really is his name – had always sported a short back and sides but began growing out his light brown hair during a Covid lockdown. Unlike most people, he decided to keep going.