Locks of Nu has taken the simple Bantu Knots and combined a simplistic braided design to create an impressive up-do. Looking at the style, the eyes are immediately drawn to the lines of the wave-like corn rows on the sides of the models hair. The addition of a stylish Hump in replace of a bang, is also interesting.
This style is a urban hip twist to an old classic; The Mohawk. The style is created by first cutting the sides of the models hair, and using clippers to create a unique design on the right side of the models head. The hair is then washed and conditioned. To achieve the best curls, a product such as the Curly Twist Out Hair milk is applied to the damp hair. Once the curls are developed you can let the hair dry to hold.
When you have long locs it’s always a challenge to find new and innovative styles to use on your hair. This is Mohawk is a great option for anyone looking to get their locs in a nice up-do. The locs are first swept upwards towards the center of the head, then you cornrow the locs, beginning at the base of the neck.
A natural mohawk looks good for any occasion with any outfit.
Achieve this look with 4 easy steps using going-natural.com’s hair products.
Special tip: To achieve a Tropical Tahitian look, accessorize with a vibrant flower or feather!