Faux-hawks Can Never Go Out of Style Because They Were Never In Style
In 2007 it seemed like faux hawks were here to stay, and that’s very much true for anyone who sported that hairstyle. It will most likely be the last trend hairstyle you will try. Let’s face it, if you haven’t tried a faux hawk yet, you probably never will. But that’s not true! There is always hope. It just may come down to you having the complete package. It pairs great with a Tap Out shirt and a chin strap. Going to the gym? Don’t even bother, just get a faux hawk. It may be a good call to go out, dive into a Hollister and throw down on some cargo shorts and destructed t-shirt. You might want to go the extra mile and purchase a clunky pair of Walmart sunglasses and a jug of hair gel to round things off.
Today’s faux hawk is the 1920s slicked back Leonardo Dicaprio look. There will come a time when a new hair trend steals the spotlight, but those dudes who rocked the early 1900s look will no doubt continue it for some time. With haircut trends for men seemingly at an all-time high, the men’s hair product industry is booming. Booming in a such big way that hair oil startups are all over the place. Pocket combs are back in business people!
Achieving a strong/ridiculous hairstyle has never been easier. Social media apps like Instagram for example allow you to perform an infinite scroll when searching for “mens hairstyles.” Sure a lot of the results are downright hideous, often featuring a close up on someone’s greasy, zit laden scalp. It’s a risk you take, so consider this an official warning.