By: | Updated: 07/31/2018

Faux Hawk Hairstyles To Show Off Your Wild Side

A faux hawk, also called fohawk, is a popular take on a Mohawk haircut, which originated a while ago. Native Americans introduced this haircut and then it was spread around the globe.

Mohawks and fohawks are differentiated easily. A Mohawk has shaved sides with a strip of longer hair left on top. Surely, such a haircut may be extreme to some people. That’s how fohawks entered the beauty scene. To create a fohawk, the sides are sleeked down. In a fohawk, the sides may or may not be cut shorter, that is, you have a choice. The central sections are raised with braids, ponytails, curls, accessories, or styling products. As a result, you get the edginess and structure of a Mohawk, but it is for you to decide whether you want to sacrifice the length or not.

Read on to explore trendy and bold fohawks for all hair lengths.


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