fauxhawk

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Related to Faux-hawk: mohawk haircut

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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Then her hair was trimmed down to a pixie style before it was morphed into a short faux-hawk look.
and Tilda Swinton, sporting a platinum faux-hawk, also attended the three-hour celebration.
If Tiangco would be proven wrong, he would be the one to make a complete hairstyle make-over, the opposition solon, known for his faux-hawk salt-and-pepper hair, said.
Otherwise, I think it'll kind of grow out naturally, go back to a normal Mohawk or faux-hawk.
Yeah, but never cutting your hair ever has to be way hotter than having a faux-hawk.
It could also be the feathery flip, the faux-hawk, the tousled metrosexual -- whatever he's wearing, we want it offered.
Ill be sitting in the front row, all genderqueer with my faux-hawk and faded Diesel jeans, just boyish enough to catch David's eye, at which point he'll say to me, in his demure Truman Capote--esque voice, "Tania Katan?
Not a David Beckham-inspired faux-hawk, but one that Mr.
She wore her hair pulled back in a bun with a subtle faux-hawk atop her head.
It's called a fade to a faux-hawk," said senior center Nate Foy, who had the idea for the haircut now worn by all the Rangers.
When Beckham entered, 400 Riot Squad members donned faux-hawk wigs, blond with a raised crest running from forehead to crown, in honor of one of Beckham's numerous tonsorial impulses.
When I got home, I noticed that my hair was sticking straight up, sort of like a faux-hawk (maybe I should get my own show on the Food Network), I had shaving cream hanging from both ears, and a big splotch of toothpaste on my ratty T-shirt.