What to use to spike a mohawk?

Discussion in 'General' started by xericx, Jun 17, 2006.

  1. I'v decided on the last day of school to go all out and get a mohawk. My hair is 5 inches long roughly, so what product would work the best for making it stand up?
    I know RM has a mohawk so hit me up some some products man!

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  2. egg whites or elmers glue or soap and hairdryer. all of them worked for me in the past. now my hair is just a huge mop
     
  3. Hey man, i use finesse because mine is only about 3.5 - 4 inchs right now.

    It's cheap at $1.15 a bottle and actually works, unlike many hair sprays

    It's really a skill balancing between hair spray, a mirror and a hair dryer, but you play around and you'll eventually get a method down that you like. Prepare to be reallt frustrated.

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    Also, if you're looking for REALLY good hold, for a long time, with big hair, try Knox Geletine. It's a little less damaging to your hair than elmers glue and easier to get out, but holds JUST as long, and is entirley water proof.

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  4. an effective solution.. but expensive, is TIGI's BED HEAD gel
     
  5. glue works great, i used to have one myself.
     
  6. i dunno waht will keep a mohawk up cuz i've heard alota shit, i could jus ask my dad cuz he's a barber but he's bein an ass

    haha i had a mohawk for a day (and a big pimple on my forhead) when i cut my long hair
     

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