For years now the undercut mohawk has been a pretty signature hairstyle for those who wanted a more risky option when it comes to haircuts, and today, we’re going to talk about them.
But, since we know pictures are worth a thousand words, we have put together a short but great list that will give you ideas on how to style mohawk with undercut in unique ways. Let’s begin.
How to Get An Undercut on Mohawk
Before we actually show you how to style it, we have to tell you how to get it, and it’s rather easy. First, you’ll have to let your hair grow long enough until you’re happy with the length.
After that, ask your stylist or barber to give you a mohawk, but not a regular one, then tell them to give you an undercut as well, making the sides much shorter than in a regular mohawk, and that’s it, then we can move on into styling them!
Best Mohawk Hairstyles with Undercut
Check our 5 top ideas to style undercut on mohawk haircut for women.
As we said, these mohawk hairstyles aren’t for regular people, but for those who want to go for a much more unique hairstyle and getting it is actually quite easy.
We recommend you bleach your hair first so the blue, green and yellow dye can actually have some effect on your own hair, get the undercut and then simply style it upwards with the help of hair gel, hair spray and of course, a blow dryer.
2. Simple Straight Undercut
This is more of a classic undercut style for anyone with a mohawk, and again, it’s really easy to achieve. Of course, you’ll have to get your hair cut short first in order to get the look.
Then, with a little round comb and a blow dryer comb your hair up until it’s completely straight. Don’t forget to spray it all up with some hairspray to finish things up and making sure your mohawk stays in place throughout the whole day.
3. Spiky Purple Black Hair
To get this undercut mohawk hairstyle the top part of your hair, meaning the actual mohawk will have to be long enough that you can later on style it with hair gel to create some “spikes” just like in the picture.
Of course, don’t forget to add a touch of color to your hair by dying some strands with purple and dark blue hair dye to give your black hair some texture as well. Last, but not least, use hair spray to help your spikes stay in place during the day.
4. Copper Blonde Ombre
Ask your barber to make some lines on the bottom part on the sides of your hair, right where the undercut to get the same style you see in the picture. Then, as to the copper blonde hair part, you’ll need to dye it.
However, don’t dye the whole of your mohawk, remember to leave a few inches without hair dye to give the whole haircut some more texture. Last, but not least, style it slightly to the side and you’re done!
5. Deep Blue Spiky Mohawk
This is a great short colored hairstyle for those who want a more edgy look. To get it, you’ll have to bleach your hair first and then apply deep blue hair dye mixed with light blue on top of the hair to get the look.
Then you’ll have to use hair gel and your own fingers to shape your mohawk into little spiky waves just like in the picture, apply some hair spray at the end if you feel like you need it. You can even dye the very bottom of your undercut with blue shade to match it with the mohawk!