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Featured Hairstyle: Mohawk

Also referred to as a ‘mohican’ or ‘Iro’, the mohawk is a distinctive hairstyle where both sides of the head are shaven, leaving a strip of longer hair in the middle. The hairstyle originally took its name from the people of the mohawk nation, but has now been adopted by punk culture, musicians and tastemakers worldwide. Whether your hair is long, short, straight or curly, there is a way to achieve this style. We take a look at different ways to rock the mohawk hairstyles.

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The Classic Mohawk

The key to a great mohawk is well cut sides and a well groomed top. Shave the sides of your hair in accordance to your features and face shape. As a general rule, keeping your sideburns will soften the look of your mohawk.

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The Long Hair Mohawk

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Add edge to your long locks by shaving the sides into a long hair mohawk. Perfect for good girls gone bad, this hairstyle has the benefit of being wonderfully versatile. Try tying your hair up in a bun at the back of your head for a new take on the look.

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The Kinky Mohawk

 Showcase your kinky tresses with a sassy frohawk. Trendy and easy to maintain, this hairstyle is Ideal for women starting out on their natural hair journey, or looking for a stylish way to wear their curls. We recommend adding some colour for added impact!

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The Corkscrew Mohawk

There isn’t a more striking way to wear corkscrew curls then piled high into an extravagant mohawk. If you’re not ready to go for the shave, use our Hair Repair Oil to tuck your sides underneath the poof.

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The Patterned Mohawk

 If a clean shave isn’t statement enough for you, introduce some horizontal lines to your sides. But make sure you’re prepared for weekly visits to the barbers if you want to keep this hairdo looking fierce at all times.

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The Braided or Twisted Mohawk

If you’re not ready to commit to the traditional mohawk with shaven sides, you can  use twists or braids to shape your hair into the style. Not only are braids a good way to take daily stress off your hair, they give you the opportunity to see how shaven sides will look before you go for the big chop. You can even braid extensions into the hair for a more dramatic poof.

Our Moisture Shampoo and Hair Repair Oil is great for preparing your hair for a bouncy mohawk. Read the benefits our natural range has on your natural curls.

By Melinda Neunie

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