Funky hairstyles and the latest
in punk haircuts
Funky hairstyles are usually considered the
exclusive domain of the young and rebellious, but
in truth, things like punk haircuts can be
modified to suit any class or age group. Funky
hairstyles do not even have to be dictated by a
particular haircut, but can simply be the result
of styling products. Conversely, punk haircuts can
be toned down to be more conservative.
Funky hairstyles can be created using vibrant,
unnatural colors, such as pink or purple hair dye.
Punk haircuts can be created by forming spikes,
cutting Mohawks, or with bluntly asymmetrical
patches of hair.
Funky hairstyles do not require punk haircuts
Anyone can achieve funky hairstyles, even without
one of the many punk haircuts. Modern and youthful
looks can even be created by using only hair
accessories. For instance, a plain ponytail can be
"funkified" with an elastic band made out of faux
fur. A boyish cut can be punked up by using
styling gel to create spikes that stand out above
Lately, the trend in men's funky hairstyles has
been towards more subtle punk haircuts, such as
the urban Mohawk. This is not the spiky shockwave
that boys in bands used to wear. This more modern
and minimal look is simply hair cut shorter on the
sides than it is down the middle. The cut creates
a subtle look that even a grandmother could love.
The urban Mohawk is also very versatile. The style
can be worn either with the hair sticking up (for
Saturday night) or slicked back (for Monday
morning at the office).
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