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Maurlin  (Level: 221.5 - Posts: 2718)
Thu, 24th Jan '08 7:43 PM


I've seen Ryan Seacrest and some other folks with a hair style that appears to have a point in the middle of the top of the head. Am I just getting bad TV reception, or is that a current style> If so, where did it start, and why?

Suzer22  (Level: 166.3 - Posts: 1982)
Thu, 24th Jan '08 10:15 PM

I don't know where it started or why, but it is very popular amongst the gay community teens through 30-somethings in my part of the world. If we're talking about the same hairstyle - sort of like a mohawk, only without the shaved sides...relatively short hair all around that they just comb the sides up to a point. I find it rather silly looking, but hey, to each his own.

Siouxsie  (Level: 104.6 - Posts: 145)
Thu, 24th Jan '08 10:19 PM

It's called a faux hawk.

Lucimoore  (Level: 194.2 - Posts: 1738)
Fri, 25th Jan '08 2:14 AM

The fauxhawk (or faux-hawk) hairstyle is an approximation of a mohawk, made without shaving or buzzing the hair on the sides of the head, allowing an imitation of the look of a true mohawk without having to commit to removing most of one's hair.[1] In many cases, the look can be temporarily set aside by simply combing or restyling the hair. The name is a portmanteau of faux (the French word for false) and mohawk. The fauxhawk was popularized by international soccer superstar David Beckham, who styled himself after designer Hedi Slimane.

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Leeze83  (Level: 35.2 - Posts: 70)
Sun, 27th Jan '08 7:55 PM

been very popular for the last year at least. prob about 1 in 3 guys i see in clubs have it...
although, if your worried, it might be a good excuse to get a new tv ... maybe a great big lcd flatscreen one... any excuse

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