Seeing a creative black Mohawk on the street today most people do a double take. Years ago, Mohawks were worn on the helmets of warriors or soldiers and were used to mimic raised bird feathers usually seen as a defense mechanism against predators. Fast forward to today, and now, Mohawks are adopted as a hairstyle for everyone. So, let’s take a look at some very interesting and artistic Mohawks!
#19: Long Mohawk With Bleached Tips
This wider and longer Mohawk is bright and eye-catching even though it doesn’t use any neon colors or stiff spikes. The bleached ends work as a cute detail you can use to customize your hawk. Create the smooth forehead line to clean up the front, and square up the temples.