Clockwise from top left: Peace Mohawk hat ($38), Gap Striped Mohawk Hat ($20), Red Skull Nirvana Mohawk Hat ($35), Mohawk Hoodzie ($46), maddieloubeanies' Grey Mohawk Earflap Hat ($33), The Children's Place Peace Knit Hat ($10), Gymboree Mohawk Earflap Hat ($10)
Ke$ha definitely is who she is, and last night at Us Weekly's Hot Hollywood party, she continued to show off her unique beauty sense with the longest, most gelled-up fauxhawk I've ever seen. If nothing else, now we know that she doesn't have extensions, which is kind of cool. Paired with graphic eyeliner and her nose ring, it was very Daryl Hannah in Blade Runner, and I want to know what product she used, because whatever it is has some major hold. (Egg whites? Elnett? Elmer's?) How do you feel about this modern marvel of hair engineering?
It's a new season and Halloween is right around the corner, so if there's ever a good time to fake a new style, it's now. Whether you want to see what you'd look like with a trendy bob or want to fool all your friends with an edgy undercut, I've got tutorials that make switching up your look easy regardless of your current length and cut. Read on to see how you can fake it for a day.
Lots of stars have tried the daring mohawk throughout the years, and now we can count model Agyness Deyn as one of them. Earlier today at a photocall in London, Agyness showed off her new look, but she's no stranger to wearing adventurous styles. Not only has she tried a variety of hair colors, but she's also very experimental with her haircuts, from bowl cuts to buzz cuts. Agyness is one of those lucky people who could wear just about anything and still look amazing, and I think she pulls off the mohawk rather nicely. What do you say?
With pompadours and undercuts both having a moment, a similar style comes to mind — the mohawk. Typically seen on men, mohawks have recently been spotted on stars like Jared Leto and, of course, Puck on Glee. But this punky style isn't just reserved for dudes. Can you guess which female celebrities have also worn the funky style?
After all the delightfully awkward audition episodes aired, I thought American Idol would lose its laugh value and head for Snoozeville. Enter Sanjaya. First with a face swallowing perm, and then with his overly hormonal, teeny-bopper girlfriend, and more recently with a sky-high mohawk. Folks, could this kid be anymore of a joke? Ryan Seacrest thought so. He took a break from his very busy "take myself too seriously" schedule to get "Sanjaya-ed." So the kid gets his own verb now? Now that's funny.