Fohawk or Faux Hawk Hairstyles how to make it with short hair or with long hairstyle!
It's crazy, it's messy, it requires dangerous amounts of styling product.
The glamour of the 1950s pompadour fused with punk, bad-ass, big 1980s hair.
A hairstyle in which a strip of hair across the top of the head is longer and higher than the hair on the remainder of the head.
A faux hawk is in the styling, not the cut, so there is nothing you need to know about cutting for this.
The "strip" can be minimized or maximized as preferred for an individual situation through styling.
The hair strip can be as long as desired, but is usually one-or-two inches longer than the shorter lengths which are generally between Â¼ and Â¾ inch (but can be virtually any length).
If you want more definition in your "strip" use a little pomade on the fingers and work it into the hair, pulling the textured hair into points.
A faux-hawk with long hair blends rock-and-roll punk flavor with classic elegance and style due to the way the hair is swept up on the sides of the head.
Do not wash your hair directly before styling a faux-hawk, especially if your hair is soft and fine.
If your hair is thin, tease it to help maintain volume.
Styling paste or glue will work best to keep your faux-hawk in place.
Use your hands to make your hair stand up straight.