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!
#8: Wide Natural Hawk With Faded Sides
Looking through black men Mohawks, you can come up with some fairly modest styles that will be appropriate in any setting. This look with short shaped spikes is a wider style, covering most of the top of the head. The short faded sides help to lift up the style to the Mohawk level, and the square hair line with an acute angle is supported by the same angle of the cheek line.