14 Frohawk Styles You Can Easily Achieve

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Frohawk is a term used to describe mohawks styled with Afro-textured hair.


Identifying your curl type as a woman of color can be both complicated and frustrating. Especially when you are trying to find hair styles that work for your daily routine and fit your personality.

Whether you are a 3a or 4c, frohawks are a great style to achieve, no matter your hair type. With the basis coming from the mohawk concept, this look is a winner on all fronts. Ideally, the goal is to add volume and create height while making it look effortless.

You can easily make this look your own by sleeking the sides down, cornrowing, or flat twisting the sides. Take a look at some ladies already killing the style!

Frohawk or nah? Let us know how you feel about the style!

Featured image by Curls fo the Girls

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