The Mohawk (also referred to as Mohican) is a hairstyle in which, in the most common variety, both sides of the head are shaven, leaving a strip of noticeably longer hair in the center. The Mohawk Hairstyle is also sometimes referred to as an “Iro” in reference to the Iroquois, from whom the hairstyle is derived – though historically the hair was plucked out rather than shaved. Additionally, hairstyles bearing these names more closely resemble those worn by the Pawnee, rather than the Mohawk, Mohican/ Mahican, Mohegan, or other phonetically similar tribes.
The Mohawk Hairstyle comes with a “High Maintenance” Warning! Hahaha 😀 The Regular, careful Shaving or Trimming is required to maintain a clean line between the shaven and unshaven (or short and long) portions of the hair; this can be especially complicated in bi and tri hawks. Hair Styling Products like the Pomade Wax, Hair Wax with a Strong and Durable (long-lasting) bound, Hair Gels, Hair Sprays are needed. Other thing some people colour the Hawk Strips in a Single Colour, Dual Colour, More than Dual Colours, Multi-coloured, etc. Hawk Strips are also “dyed”. The amount of time required for styling depend on the length of the hair or the complications of the style. So, it is recommended to people who are willing to take the pain for spending time to take the gains of the gains of the Cool, Funky and Trendy “Mohawk Hairstyle”.
The Mohawk Hairstyle has many names and varieties. Classic Mohawk styles (the old times – 1970’s – 1980’s ) include the Liberty Spikes, Death Hawk, Psychobilly Hawk, Fro Hawk, Chelsea Hawk, etc. Whereas in the Modern Times (post 1990) include the Dread Hawk, Shark Fin, Reverse Mohawk. Celebs like, David Beckham, Justin Bieber, etc. show this Hairstyle.
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