It’s the new year and you’re looking for a new hairstyle. After all, 2019 is going to be your year, right? The first thing to do to really bring out a new year is to improve the little things, one of them being your appearance and your sense of fashion and style.
Below are 36 faux hawk haircuts (aka Fohawk) that are guaranteed to get people looking your way and allow you to introduce the new year with a newly found sense of confidence and the strongest appearance you’ve ever had.
The hardest part of beginning to change yourself is taking the first step, so look over these style and pick one that you like and give it a shot. If it doesn’t work out, try another; you have all year to find one that works out.
1. Faux Hawk Fade
Fading a fauxhawk haircut will allow you to maintain the style of a fauxhawk while modernizing your appearance with the popular 21st Century fade. Keeping the hair skin tight and slowly making it longer is guaranteed to make you stand out.
2. Faux Hawk High Fade
Bringing the fade higher up creates a little more of a “flashy” look. What’s important here is to make sure it’s not so high you’re unable to pull off a proper fauxhawk. When fading, make sure your fauxhawk is well grown before you create the fade.
3. Faux Hawk High Fade with Beard
Adding a beard to your high fade will give you a strong appearance yet keep the sharpness and modern look of a faded fauxhawk. When you’re growing out your beard, it’s important to keep it well groomed and grow it no further than half way up your ear.
4. Faux Hawk Low Fade
Creating a fade that starts lower down on the head and gradually gets longer as it approaches the fauxhawk will give off a more conservative look. It doesn’t have the flash of a high fade, but also allows you to maintain the slick hairstyle.
5. Faux Hawk Low Fade with Beard
Adding a beard to your hairstyle is a way to make yourself pop a little bit more and put a little bit of an aggressive spin on your hairstyle. Like with any beard, it will only look good if it’s trimmed and well groomed.
6. Faux Hawk Skin Fade
This skin fade is one of the most “out there” styles you can have and, when mixed with a faux hawk, will give you a hairstyle that is sure to have people’s heads turning. If you opt for this haircut, make sure the faux hawk is well grown beforehand.
7. Faux Hawk Skin Fade with Beard
Adding a beard to this style is just intensifying your aggressive appearance by one more level. The beard will add a lot of contrast but keep you looking clean cut and professional. As always, ensure the beard is well groomed.
8. Short Faux Hawk High Fade
Having a high fade haircut with a short faux hawk will give off a little more of a professional appearance while maintaining the moderness of the fade. This is usually the type of haircut for someone who wants to grow a longer fauxhawk.
9. Short Faux Hawk High Fade with Beard
Adding a beard to this hairstyle won’t make you “pop” as much as you would with a longer faux hawk, but it is sure to get people’s attention. It mixes best when the beard is shorter and kept a little cleaner than others.
10. Short Faux Hawk Low Fade
Opting for a fade that is closer to the ears and lower down on the head gives off a more conservative look and makes it seem like you have a head with a little more hair, all while maintaining a sharp look.
11. Short Faux Hawk Low Fade with Beard
Adding a beard won’t make you “pop” a lot either, seeing as the hair blends a little better, but it is sure to make you stand out a little. The best thing about this is that, regardless of the length of your beard, you should be able to pull it off.
12. Short Faux Hawk Skin Fade
Keeping things skin tight will give you a good chance of looking both very professional and modern. This is the kind of haircut that some military members opt for when they are able to style their hair a little.
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13. Short Faux Hawk Skin Fade with Beard
This is one of the most flashy and “out there” faux hawk style haircuts you can have. If you’re looking to stand out a little more, go for a longer beard and keep the faux hawk very short- this will create a lot of contrast.
14. Undercut Faux Hawk
This kind of faux hawk will give you a little more of a “puff” factor to your hair. It’s essential to grow your faux hawk properly if you’re looking an undercut, so make sure your barber is one who understands hairstyles.
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15. Long Faux Hawk
Going for a longer faux hawk is more of a 21st-Century kind of haircut. Growing it out will take a long time; you need to make sure you’re doing it properly. However, when it is grown properly, it can look really good.
16. Wavy Faux Hawk
A wavy faux hawk is great for people with slightly curly hair or for people who want something a little less traditional. Curling the hair can be difficult but, if done properly, can look really good.
17. Wavy Faux Hawk with Beard
Adding a beard to your wavy faux hawk will give your appearance a little bit of a boost. When you’re growing out your beard, try and keep it at a short to medium length so it doesn’t take away from the wave.
18. Wavy Faux Hawk High Fade
Adding a high fade to your wavy faux hawk will add a lot of emphasis on the top of your head and not so much the sides or back. This is for people who want to make their haircut the centre of their appearance.
19. Wavy Faux Hawk Low Fade
A low faded faux hawk will give off the image that you have a fuller head of hair. This is good for people who want to have a faded haircut with a faux hawk, but don’t want it to be too flashy.
20. Wavy Faux Hawk Skin Fade
The skin fade with a wavy faux hawk is one of the most “out there” haircuts you can have. Making sure the waves are well defined before skin fading the sides will make the top of your head “pop” more.
21. Messy Faux Hawk
Messing your hair up a little and maintaining the faux hawk will give you a more relaxed, approachable look. It shows that you’re professional and well groomed, but also relaxed and not so up-tight.
22. Tapered Faux Hawk
Tapering your faux hawk will give you a little more of a professional look. While the difference between an untapered haircut and a tapered one isn’t much, it can make a big difference in the long run.
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23. Spiked-Up Faux Hawk
Spiking up your hair is one of those hairstyles that seems to have been around forever. While it isn’t the most flashy or most professional haircut, it can suit you nicely if you grow it out properly.
24. Faux Hawk with Short Sides
Having short sides when growing out a faux hawk is a way to come off more professional and well groomed when compared to the longer sides you could have. Blending or fading the sides create a nice appearance.
25. Faux Hawk with Long Sides
Opting for longer hair on the sides won’t come across as professional or clean as some of the other, shorter side variants of a faux hawk, but it can suit you nicely if you grow and groom it properly.
26. “Soap MacTavish” Faux Hawk
Famous for his haircut in the fictional game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, this haircut is perfect for people who want to keep their hair very high up but don’t want a buzz cut.
27. Faux Hawk High Fade Part
High fading your haircut and adding a part is more of flashy spin on the modern faux hawk style. Ensure that you have your hair properly grown out before adding the part so it doesn’t interfere too much.
28. Faux Hawk Low Fade Part
Low fading your haircut will give off a “fuller” look, but adding the part will create the kind of contrast that gets people’s attention. If you want to go for more of an aggressive look, make the part harder and wider.
29. Faux Hawk Skin Fade Part
Going for the skin fade and adding a part can be tricky to pull off. In order to get it properly, you might want to have a high fade to start and gradually work it into a skin fade so you don’t compromise the hairstyle.
30. Faux Hawk Fade with Part and Beard
Adding a beard to a faux hawk fade with a part can be hard to pull off and easy to mess up but, if done properly, can make you stand out like there’s no tomorrow. Just keep the beard properly groomed.
31. Faux Hawk with Coloured Hair
Adding a bit of colour to your hair is guaranteed to make it stand out and get people looking your way. When doing this, it helps to have the hair grown out, then dye it. This way you can colour it as your wish.
32. Faux Hawk with Fade and Coloured Hair
Fading the sides and back of your hair will allow you to add a little bit of contrast and make your appearance pop just a little bit more. This type of hairstyle will allow you to personalize your hairstyle a lot more.
33. Short Faux Hawk with Coloured Hair
Keeping your hair short while colouring it will make it stand out just a little less and take away some of the “flashiness” of a coloured faux hawk. This is for people who want to stand out but not too much.
34. Short Faux Hawk with Beard
Adding a beard to your short faux hawk is great for adding contrast to your appearance and bringing out some of the prominent facial features. To maintain a professional image, ensure you keep the beard groomed.
35. Long Faux Hawk
Growing out your faux hawk will create the image of there being a lot of action with your hair. It’s intense, stands out, makes your overall appearance and hairstyle look a little more modern.
36. Long Faux Hawk with Beard
Adding a beard to a long faux hawk is great for adding to your appearance and making yourself more noticeable. If you fade the sides and keep a beard with a long faux hawk, you’ll be adding a lot of contrast, as well.
When it comes to stylish haircuts in 2019, you can rest assured that faux hawks will be one of the many styles you can work with. What you go for specifically will depend greatly on the kind of appearance you want and the kind of image you want to portray. It’s important to remember that good hairstyles take time, so be patient. And if it doesn’t come out the way you like, try another style- there’s plenty to choose from.