What's your opinion of them?
something like one of these (without the colors)
I swear, my hair thinks it's calling in life is to be in a faux hawk. I get out of the shower, and can get the middle top to stick straight up, with no gel at all. I'd need a little bit to get the ends separated and messy/spiky looking, but it stays like that all day. If I try to get it to lay down, even by seriously wetting it down, it stays. The only way to get it to lay down is if I take a shower.
The first 2 faux hawks, my hair would definitely do, no problem, with very little, or no, gel. My dp isn't thrilled with the look of mohawks/faux hawks. But he wouldn't dream of stopping me from styling my hair however I want!
I buzzed my hair a few months ago, and now it's growing back. I rebuzzed it a few times, and now I'd like to grow it out (just for something different). But the top middle of my hair is so much thicker and more stubborn than the rest of my hair! It doesn't lay flat, even when I want it to- it usually looks like my hair bulges at the top of my head!
So...opinions on faux hawks?
As for the hairstyle: silly but inoffensive. Enjoy.
As for the term "faux hawk": Far better than "mo-faux."
I know a lot of people who don't like them, my mother hates it on me, but I 've never heard anyone refer to them as "disgusting". The thought of eating dog poop I find disgusting but I don't see how the two are on the same disgust level
I am seriously curious though....
: aww, thanks!
It's a lot shorter than I thought it would look- it's shorter in the pics than it looks in the mirror. So it's not that great yet. But I'm definitely going with it- I feel pretty with my hair like this (um, and a small amount of makeup).
It took all of 2 minutes to do it!
I want to give my little guy a faux hawk too, he's only 1 but his hair already sticks up all over anyway, it just needs a little refining, lol.
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me with faux hawk, gay pride 2006.
I looked at your siggy pics too and you can totally do it! I'd let the middle go just a little longer and keep the sides short.
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