The Faux Hawk is a trendy version of one of the oldest haircuts in the world. The Mohawk takes its name from the warriors of an Indian tribe and has been bred by cultures all over the world, from the time of the ancient warriors to the punk rockers of today. Mohawks are characterized by the fact that both sides of the head are shaved and leave a strip significantly longer hair in the middle. Of course, this could be considered too extreme for many people, and that’s exactly how the False Hawk came into fashion. Simply by tripping down the sides of your hair and lifting the middle sections, you can reach the whole structure and nervousness of the Mohawk without doing anything about your locks. Faux Hawks match all hair lengths and textures and can make anyone look serious. Here are some of our favorite Hawks Hawks inspiring you.
Multi-Dimensional Faux Hawk for Women
This incredibly elaborate up-do is almost like two styles in one, proving that even girls with long, feminine blond curls can rock a rebellious faux hawk. A tight French braid on the sides pushes up the perfectly curled high and the tiny bun on the back gives the illusion of short hair.
Punk Princess – Fauxhawk Hairstyle for Women
It’s no secret that the Faux Hawk is the ultimate style for every rock girl. You can unleash your inner punk princess without doing anything too long-lasting or drastic, just try this look. All you need is some serious backcombing and a smooth side braid.
Caramel Swirl – Trendy Fauxhawk inspired hairstyle for women
This False Hawk really gives the illusion of shaved pages. Extremely narrow and tiny cable patterns make the caramel-colored waves stand out.
Fishtail Braid Ponytail – Fauxhawk Inspired Hairstyle for Women
The fishtail braid is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful and intricate hairstyles. If you put the braid on top of your head, it gives a touch of mermaid charm to an otherwise inconspicuous hairstyle.
Faux Hawk Ponytail
Who would have thought that a seemingly simple ponytail could be so nervous? This stylish pony works almost like an optical illusion. There is so much going on in this look that it allows the wearer to keep her hair long and flowing while still swinging the raised hawk’s height.
Pastel Pixie – Fauxhawk Inspired Haircut for Short Hair
Pixie crops are some of the simplest haircuts to experiment with false falcons. All you have to do is push the longer layers into a daring, ascending style. As if that were not sweet enough, the pastel-blue hue of the hair is both funny and fashionable.
Ruffled Braids – Fauxhawk Hairstyle for Women
The ruffled style of this hawk’s pigtail makes it look almost like thick dreadlocks. Honey Blonde and Dark Brown Ombre work together to give these locks even more depth and texture.
Pink Punk Pixie
If you’re experimenting with a Mohawk hairstyle, why not try everything and try out this funky look? This messy pixie, complete with shaved sides and facial frame pony, is all the more dramatic thanks to the fuchsia pink coloring.
There are many softer variations of Faux Hawk for girly girls to enjoy. However, this eye-catching style is so close to the original, daring Mohawk worn by punks and rock chicks around the world. Keep the pages super short and topped up with many dramatic height.
This rebellious, prickly hawk is the perfect combination of feminine and burschikos. The artistic roses that were shorn in the back are the ideal juxtaposition of the hard-angled, gelled center.
French Braided Faux Hawk
Here’s an example of how to style long curls into a Mohawk style without committing to shave the sides. This long hair was stuck in a wonderfully elaborate French braid; the sides were pulled back to open the bone structure while the top of the braid is perfectly stacked.
Looped Faux Hawk
There is something seriously fun and funky about this pinned-down False Hawk. The long hair was pulled into a long row of spiral loops that reach to the middle of the crown. The pastel purple hue makes this style even more playful.
Part of wearing a False Hawk shows the world how much of a cool, carefree baby you are. This grubby, handcuffed hawk, complete with a loose braid and golden ombre, is the bohemian up-do you dreamed of.
If you’re lucky enough to rock in tight, spiral curls like this one, you’ll love this hairstyle. A make-up fake falcon like this one allows curly girls to wear their hair big and springy with pride while still enjoying a sleek and manageable style.
Dark, brunette curls with toned pink tips go absolutely well together. Create a fashionable hawk form by braiding the sides and teasing the central pink hair strip.
Blue black braid
Afro-textured hair can be perfect for shaping and shaping. Shave the sides of your hair and build a tall, shiny fishtail braid on top of your head – like this – to make sure all eyes are on you. The blue-black color makes the hair look even brighter.
These long curls were intricately braided into a false hawk suitable for a fairytale princess. The fiery Celtic red hue makes this hairstyle look even more amazing.
It is easy to see how the unicorn braid got its name. Replace your center part with a braid and you will have a beautiful crown-like effect.
We have already mentioned how well the Hawk-Hawk style is suitable for the Pixie. This choppy brown pixie looks absolutely unique thanks to the uneven length, especially the long strands around the face.
Looking for a glamorous make-up for a formal occasion – even your own wedding? This beautifully braided style, complete with a floral accessory, shows that falcons can be worn at almost any event.