Mum gets the shock of her life after discovering her four-year-old had cut herself a mullet

(Picture: Serena Rose/Caters News)

A mum got the shock of her life when she found her daughter sporting a mullet after cutting off all of her long hair by herself.

Serena Rose, 28, was devastated after her daughter Alexis, four, got hold of a pair of scissors and ‘went crazy’, transforming her long blonde hair into a mullet.

Serena, from Drenthe, Netherlands, had sent her daughter off to her grandparents’ house for a sleepover but never expected her to return the next morning looking completely different.

Serena said Alexis was only left alone for a few minutes when the incident occurred – and with no other choice, the mum decided to shave off her daughter’s hair completely in order to get rid of the mullet.

(Picture: Serena Rose/Caters News)

Serena, who works at a zoo, said: ‘I’d just sent Alexis off to her grandparent’s house for the night for a sleepover.

‘The next morning, I got a call from them telling me that she had managed to cut all of her hair off.

‘I thought they were joking. But then I realised they weren’t, and it was really happening.

‘Apparently she had got a hold of a pair of scissors and just went crazy. It all happened in a matter of minutes.

‘There was blonde hair all over the house. They were shocked.

(Picture: Serena Rose/Caters News)

‘At first, I thought it was funny, but then I was mad as she knows better than to do that. Then I felt heartbroken as we had been growing her hair for so long.

‘You can’t help but laugh though at the mullet. It’s quite a unique look.’

Serena thinks Alexis may have gotten the idea after watching her mum getting her hair cut at the salon earlier that week.

And while she has gotten used to her daughter’s new hairdo, the mum said it ‘still stings’ when she sees an old photograph of Alexis’s long blonde hair.

(Picture: Serena Rose/Caters News)

She said: ‘She had been sitting with me when I got my hair cut a few days beforehand, and I think she just wanted to play hairdresser too.

‘She was really upset when it happened and instantly regretted it. But we try and style her new short hair with hairbands and things like that.

‘I get quite sad when I see old pictures of her long hair, it was just so beautiful. It still stings.

‘I hope she has learnt a lesson from what happened and will not be doing anything like that again.

‘Of course, I still tell her she is beautiful no matter what she looks like. I just don’t think she suits a mullet.’

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