fauxhawk

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faux·hawk

 (fō′hôk′)
n.
A hairstyle in which the hair is longer or fixed in a ridge running from the forehead to the nape, and the sides of the head are not shaved.

[Blend of faux and mohawk.]
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Kicking off with Karma from her second album, The Diary of Alicia Keys, the 32-year-old appeared on stage in a purple sequined top and black trousers, her hair in a faux hawk, and kept them on for the rest of the show.
Our hired gun showed up dressed in black from head to toe with a bit of a faux hawk to boot.
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It came easy to me,'' said Klapow, with piercing dark brown eyes and a casual faux hawk who now lives in Granada Hills and cruises Hollywood clubs for the latest hip-hop moves.
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