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fauxhawk

noun; blending
A type of hairstyle resembling a typical Mohawk hairstyle in which the hair is combed towards the middle. Differs from a traditional Mohawk hairstyle in that no hair is actually shaved or cut.
 
Often seen as a restrained version of the Mohawk worn by those who seek the appearance of said hairstyle without the necessary commitment or public intolerance of such. For this reason, it is often ascribed to poseurs and the like.
Etymology : A portmanteau of “faux,” meaning false, and “Mohawk,” the name of the established hairstyle.
Source : “Bro, I must say, that fauxhawk looks tight.” Source: Sarcastic High School student (October 2009)
Last modified: 8 December 2010


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