scatter82 said: For the person asking for tips.. Its easier to do if you bleach the fuk out of your hair. took me years to figure that out Some other stuff I used to use besides hairspray.. elmers glue (worked well for a short mohawk and stayed in for days), knox gelatin (harder to use than hairspray), and something called "JAM Pudding" which is some purple goo in the black haircare section that worked really well for liberty spikes

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Sommer. 18. Portland Punk. Sorry to post again, but here’s the other side, I got a new raven tattoo and I went from purple to green.

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mr-magoot said: For the kid asking for mohawk tips. No conditioner is a good one. I use a shit ton of hairspray and do small sections at a time with a blow drier. Look up youtube videos for tips and techniques if you're really having troubles.

Thanks!

Anonymous said: Another tip: in my experience it's easier to style a mohawk the next day after washing your hair. If you style your hair right after washing it an put product in, the next day you probably won't need to put much anything in your hair.

Thank you :)

bourbontosociety said: To the person wanting advice for mohawks. Conditioner just makes it harder to put up, but your hair will look better in a mohawk if conditioner is used. Also, don't underestimate cheap hairspray and a blow dryer. You really don't need anything too flashy. Those are literally the only two things you'll ever beed to put up a sick hawk.

Thanks!

Anonymous said: I have a fairly short mohawk (5 inches I think) and I'm terrible at doing anything with it. I had one girl tell me not to use conditioner, any other tips?

Anyone have any tips?