The mohawk is a top favorite hairstyle for men and women. Originally it suggests that you shave the sides of your head, leaving a stripe of hair, running from the center of your forehead to the back of your head. Today the original version of the mohawk isn’t used so broadly, especially by women. We have other genius types of this hairstyle, for example, the fauxhawk, that actually has the same idea but looks much more appealing, because no shaving is required. You simply make your sides sleek, whether it’s short hair, braiding or hair, raised up in an updo. Anyway, if you are a fan of the traditional mohawk, we are sure you know how to present it in the best light. In this article we want to show you how versatile mohawks and fauxhawks can be. You can create so many looks, each one of which will be absolutely exceptional.
#14: Lavender Braided Mohawk Hairstyle
While it might not look like it at first glance, this is a braid! It will definitely take practice to master the art of the deconstructed, knotted braid, and you’ll need a key product in your arsenal as well: a braiding pomade. Working this type of texturizing product in your hair helps to hold looser styles.