Belgian Waffle Cornrows

Photo by kinhans.
The hair is cornrowed in a Belgian waffle pattern to give a distinctive shape. Cornrows are popular among African-Americans with many new designs/patterns created over the years.

Belgian Waffle Cornrows

Photo by kinhans.
The hair is cornrowed in a Belgian waffle pattern to give a distinctive shape. Cornrows are popular among African-Americans with many new designs/patterns created over the years.

Jay Manuel Spiky Hairstyle

Jay Manuel is a Canadian make-up artist and photo director. He has made-up of many Hollywood celebrity’s faces.
Photo by muchmusic.
Jay creates the spiky hair from simple to sexy silver hair. Jay's hair is clipper-cut short on the back and sides, comb it back, while his top section is layered & texturized to create a smooth style.

Jay Manuel Spiky Hairstyle

Jay Manuel is a Canadian make-up artist and photo director. He has made-up of many Hollywood celebrity’s faces.
Photo by muchmusic.
Jay creates the spiky hair from simple to sexy silver hair. Jay's hair is clipper-cut short on the back and sides, comb it back, while his top section is layered & texturized to create a smooth style.

Max Maven Hairstyle

Max Maven is an American magician and mentalist. He is an icon of mentalist with his distinctive style: black hair that is slick-combed back, the bald spot on the forehead, short black goatee, and black velvet suit.
But there is a great mentalist from Asia who wears the similar style. He is Deddy Corbuzier:
Photo by KapanLagi.
Deddy's style looks cooler & more unnatural than Max's as he applies make up on his face.
Photo by KapanLagi.

Max Maven Hairstyle

Max Maven is an American magician and mentalist. He is an icon of mentalist with his distinctive style: black hair that is slick-combed back, the bald spot on the forehead, short black goatee, and black velvet suit.
But there is a great mentalist from Asia who wears the similar style. He is Deddy Corbuzier:
Photo by KapanLagi.
Deddy's style looks cooler & more unnatural than Max's as he applies make up on his face.
Photo by KapanLagi.

Arnold Schwarzenegger Flat-Top Hairstyle

Photo by Laphoto1
Arnold Schwarzenegger is a successful bodybuilder. His bodybuilding career brought him into a successful Hollywood action hero. He is also a successful businessman and the 38th Governor of the U.S. state of California.
Arnold is one of the men who popularized flattop hairstyle in the United States. He wears soft medium flattop hairstyle that often worn by men in military. The style works best for square and oval face shape with straight or wavy hair type.

Arnold Schwarzenegger Flat-Top Hairstyle

Photo by Laphoto1
Arnold Schwarzenegger is a successful bodybuilder. His bodybuilding career brought him into a successful Hollywood action hero. He is also a successful businessman and the 38th Governor of the U.S. state of California.
Arnold is one of the men who popularized flattop hairstyle in the United States. He wears soft medium flattop hairstyle that often worn by men in military. The style works best for square and oval face shape with straight or wavy hair type.

Lenny Kravitz Curly Hairstyles

Lenny Kravitz is an American retro rocker. He is half Jewish, half black, and half white with most black men's hair texture. Because most black hair is coarse, tightly curly, & need more maintenance than straight hair type, short hairstyles are their favorite style.
To achieve Lenny afro hair, you need to keep all around (top, sides, & back) in the same length. Tightly curly, coarse, & thick hair are required for best afro look.
Dreadlocks tied back with medium sideburns make his appearance stylish & chic, although it is little harder to maintain long dreadlocks.

Lenny Kravitz Curly Hairstyles

Lenny Kravitz is an American retro rocker. He is half Jewish, half black, and half white with most black men's hair texture. Because most black hair is coarse, tightly curly, & need more maintenance than straight hair type, short hairstyles are their favorite style.
To achieve Lenny afro hair, you need to keep all around (top, sides, & back) in the same length. Tightly curly, coarse, & thick hair are required for best afro look.
Dreadlocks tied back with medium sideburns make his appearance stylish & chic, although it is little harder to maintain long dreadlocks.

Faux Hawk (Fohawk) Hairstyles - Pictures Gallery & How to Cut

Faux Hawk hairstyle
Ewan McGregor Faux Hawk Style. Photo by prestwick_99.

Sweeping the nation for the last year or two is the faux hawk (fauxhawk) or fohawk hairstyle. This newer version of the mohawk hairstyle so popular in the 1980’s does not involve cutting the hair so drastically on the sides of the head. A simple slightly shorter cut to the sides and back with the hair somewhat longer on the top of the head allows for the faux hawk hairstyle to be easily manipulated into shape with a touch of gel or wax. Simply smooth the sides back, ease the top into a tapered point and you’re done!

Another wonderful aspect of the faux hawk hairstyle is the ease in which it is hidden during the normal workday. It can be simply brushed back, or parted and brushed to the sides and no one is the wiser that when you go home you get a little bit on the wild side! A light mist of water to reactivate the styling product already in your hair, a quick swipe with a brush or comb and you’re done!

The faux hawk hairstyle can even be done without having to cut any of the hair at the sides of the head, just simple restyling. It’s great for the individual that has concerns about going with the true mohawk, and just want to try out a new look. It’s also less expensive just to try out, because, once again, it’s a matter of styling. You don’t have to worry about waiting for your hair to grow back if you hate it, you didn’t spend a fortune on it, and you don’t have to wear it all the time.

Any person can look great in a faux hawk hairstyle. Young boys, teens, college students, men and women can all sport the faux hawk. I’ve seen women wear it with a sprinkling of bangs and men wear it standing straight up over seven inches high! Often, the wearers cannot be seen at work with a true mohawk, so the faux hawk hairstyle is a great alternative. They look great in the office, and great at the club!

The faux hawk is really the best of both worlds. You can fit in no matter where you go, if it’s up or down. It’s two hairstyles in one and both look great! So just give in to the temptation, add a little styling product to your ‘do and see what you think. I’ll bet you like it!

How to Cut and Style A Faux Hawk

Cutting a faux hawk is a fairly simple matter. The sides of the hair are cut shorter while leaving a band of longer hair up the middle. The advantage of this style is that it can be worn in a more conservative manner for working and restyled into the faux hawk at night for going out.

The hairstyle is easy to maintain with regular trim. And you can style it in minutes. The video below shows you how to style a faux hawk.

Faux Hawk Gallery:

Faux Hawk (Fohawk) Hairstyles - Pictures Gallery & How to Cut

Faux Hawk hairstyle
Ewan McGregor Faux Hawk Style. Photo by prestwick_99.

Sweeping the nation for the last year or two is the faux hawk (fauxhawk) or fohawk hairstyle. This newer version of the mohawk hairstyle so popular in the 1980’s does not involve cutting the hair so drastically on the sides of the head. A simple slightly shorter cut to the sides and back with the hair somewhat longer on the top of the head allows for the faux hawk hairstyle to be easily manipulated into shape with a touch of gel or wax. Simply smooth the sides back, ease the top into a tapered point and you’re done!

Another wonderful aspect of the faux hawk hairstyle is the ease in which it is hidden during the normal workday. It can be simply brushed back, or parted and brushed to the sides and no one is the wiser that when you go home you get a little bit on the wild side! A light mist of water to reactivate the styling product already in your hair, a quick swipe with a brush or comb and you’re done!

The faux hawk hairstyle can even be done without having to cut any of the hair at the sides of the head, just simple restyling. It’s great for the individual that has concerns about going with the true mohawk, and just want to try out a new look. It’s also less expensive just to try out, because, once again, it’s a matter of styling. You don’t have to worry about waiting for your hair to grow back if you hate it, you didn’t spend a fortune on it, and you don’t have to wear it all the time.

Any person can look great in a faux hawk hairstyle. Young boys, teens, college students, men and women can all sport the faux hawk. I’ve seen women wear it with a sprinkling of bangs and men wear it standing straight up over seven inches high! Often, the wearers cannot be seen at work with a true mohawk, so the faux hawk hairstyle is a great alternative. They look great in the office, and great at the club!

The faux hawk is really the best of both worlds. You can fit in no matter where you go, if it’s up or down. It’s two hairstyles in one and both look great! So just give in to the temptation, add a little styling product to your ‘do and see what you think. I’ll bet you like it!

How to Cut and Style A Faux Hawk

Cutting a faux hawk is a fairly simple matter. The sides of the hair are cut shorter while leaving a band of longer hair up the middle. The advantage of this style is that it can be worn in a more conservative manner for working and restyled into the faux hawk at night for going out.

The hairstyle is easy to maintain with regular trim. And you can style it in minutes. The video below shows you how to style a faux hawk.

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