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Mohawk braid styles – become a bold and confident woman

Do you want to add a unique touch to your hair? If so, consider trying out one of the mohawk braid styles that we will be discussing in this blog post. These styles are perfect for adding some personality to your look, and they are sure to turn heads when you walk into a room.

Classic Mohawk braids

Classic Mohawk braids
Photo from @beauty_sauce

The classic mohawk braid is a top knot ponytail with braids on either side. This hairstyle looks great for long hair because it creates an illusion of volume and length, but short hair can also look very cute in this style too! If you have medium to coarse textured hair that tends towards the frizzier side

Mohawk braids with shaved temples

Mohawk braids with shaved temples
Photo from @denmark_college

If you want to add a twist to your look, try a hairstyle with a Mohawk and shaved temples. This style is perfect for a bold statement, and it will definitely draw attention wherever you go. It’s a very bold and extreme hairstyle option.

Mohawk box braids

Mohawk box braids
Photo from @muastaceyevans

This is another variation of the classic Mohawk braid, but instead of traditional braids, it uses braiding on only one selected part. This is a great option if you have thick hair or have something to work with in the Mohawk area and want to add some length without spending too much time creating your hairstyle.

Mohawk braids for children

Mohawk braids for children
Photo from @hairbyjatas

If you have a child who wants to try a Mohawk hairstyle, there are many options that will work for them as well. One option is to make a simple mohawk with two side braids. Or a classic version. Either way, your child will love these types of braids.

French Mohawk tresses

French Mohawk tresses
Photo from @ruchiestrimber_wigs

This is a very feminine Mohawk hairstyle that can be done with a little creativity and braiding skills. You need to make two side braids for the front of your hair, then braid them into one long French braid to the back of your head, where they converge at an angle to create a Mohawk. But you can also braid a similar braid from the top layer of your hair, which creates an equally beautiful and spectacular hairstyle.

Mohawk braid ombré

Mohawk braid ombré
Photo from @justbraidsinfo

For those women who want to add bright colors to their Mohawk braid, try applying an ombré effect. This can be done with any type of hair, but it looks especially beautiful on curly or wavy hair. Start by adding bright or lighter shades at the front of your hair near the temples, then gradually blend them in. Use a bright and catchy Kanekalon to make the look very striking and stylish.

Iroquois Tress on curls

Iroquois Tress on curls
Photo from @stylesby_rosa

Iroquois braids look great with curly hair, too. The Iroquois itself acts as a voluminous curls, which allows you to create a very feminine hairstyle for every day.

Side braid Mohawk

Side braid Mohawk
Photo from @bls_luxuryroom

This hairstyle is a classic version of the Mohawk braid, but with a slant of the plait to the side. It is an unusual and beautiful hairstyle at the same time. The side braid Iroquois is suitable for any hair type, length and structure.