The trend of men’s hairstyles is always improving and developing. For the 2014 trend, the Mohawk style for men seems to be back popular again, although the design may not be ‘pure’ or ‘truly’ Mohawk. As you can see on the first example, the hair isn’t cut very short – meaning by skinny model on the side. The sides are kept short, but the upper crown is styled into Mohawk model. It is spiked up and gathered around the middle, so it achieves Mohawk look without truly skin the side hair. Such style is cool and stylish, and it is easily achieved by hair gel or mousse.
On the second example, the Mohawk style is achieved by cutting off the side parts in skinny model. Basically, the side parts are shaved while the upper crown is left longer. But in the modern Mohawk, the sides aren’t completely shaved off. The areas around the ears are shaved off, but the rests are left intact although in shorter form. The upper crown is longer – but not too much so it can be styled up in spiky model. The front side of the upper crown is the longest, and it gets shorter on the way back, so when it is styled up in Mohawk model, there is texture and styling to the overall look.
This style may seem similar at first glance with the second style, but they are completely different in details and overall look. Whereas in the Modern Mohawk, the sides aren’t completely shaved off, the Rebellious Mohawk requires the side hair to be completely shaved so the Mohawk look will be achieved. And whereas the upper crown texture, length, and leveling on Modern Mohawk are different, everything is the same on the Rebellious Mohawk. The length on the front side and the back sides are just the same, so there won’t be different levels when the upper crown is spiked up.