Dreadlock Mohawk Styles
Dreadlock styles are becoming popular especially from teenagers, adults and celebrities. From one culture to another, they are now in high demand. Because of this demand, many are hooked on fashioning their dreads differently by having their own original look. The Dreadlock Mohawk is just one of the different dreadlock styles that can be achieved with a lot of length to your locs . Many people use different methods to form this hairstyle. Dreadlock Mohawks provide a huge difference in your unique hairstyle. Being that the Mo-hawk was so diverse, originally from the “Punk Era” it is more common now but with locs it is an attention grabbing statement that some can pull off quite well. Its name was derived on its sense of style, “Dread-Hawk or “Breads” when some people would style it by having hair braided in cornrows or flat twists on the sides and wild dreads tightened at the top.
Others rock the Dreadhawk rebel style by shaving the sides completely to leave longer locs in the middle to give that original Dread-Hawk style feel. Dread-hawk is the most popular term when referring to dreadlock Mohawk styles. This is done by tying up the dreads into the middle of your head with ties or rubber bands. Commonly, men use this style more often than women. But, it is suitable for both sexes.
Dreadlock Mohawk is not too hard to do. All you need is pin or rubber bands to tied dreads. If you have long dreads, it is a good thing because you can easily use your own locs to tie them in just few minutes.
Use metal comb instead of plastic combs. Teeth of metal combs are effective and they don’t break on rough structure of dreads. Start making dreadlock Mohawk by using tiny rubber bands. Be careful when tying your hair up. Some people get damaged hair because of incautious tying. Keeping rubber bands for weeks will damage your hair. So, just use them for that 1 day to prevent possible damages or breakage. REMEMBER that this style is best done with Mature locs that are not as tender at the root. Make sure that you obtained the hawk style buy applying proper hair ties (if needed) depending on the style of Dread-Hawk your going for. Some do the style in 4 to 5 loc sections in the middle of the head to give them a wilder look, spunk and feel. After achieving your dreadlock Mohawk style, you need dread gels to maintain the beauty of your hair. Use the right gel for your hair and maintain it.
Hot weather may add some stress in handling dreads but tying them up in a Hawk is a easier and more stylish way to avoid chopping them damn things off. This dreadlock style doesn’t require high maintenance and can last longer than almost any other style. Check out some other cool dread styles and videos on this site below. More updates on how to maintain dreads, required products and “Starting Natural Hair Growth” are also available here so feel free to browse and leave a comment below. If you have a complete set of dread techniques and info you want to share let us know, we’d love to hear from you. Enjoy your Dreadlock MoHawk Style, love it and live it!