A braided faux hawk wedding look for a wild night #Fashion Porn#hairstyle#mohawk#superficial snack December 6 | Catherine Clark enidjcoleslaw Photo courtesy of On Stage Hair Design If you like braids but want something a little edgier for your wedding, this faux hawk made from a Dutch (inside-out) braid is pretty rad. Click here to see the inspiration for this look. It can have a lot of height and looks really funky if you've got highlights or multicolored hair since it really highlights the braid itself. This is also one of those amazing hairstyles that's likely to last for a good number of hours and you don't have to worry about it going limp. (Insert obvious joke here.) Photo courtesy of On Stage Hair Design Cassidy from On Stage Hair Design created a version of this on a fiery mane that looks fantastic. It's just a matter of creating the Dutch braid, securing it at the bottom, and then pulling out the separate pieces without actually pulling the hair entirely out of the braid. You can see the rest of the tutorial here. I also ran across this flat twist loc faux hawk from Chescalocs, which is similar in style, but with twists instead of a braid. LOVE! If you're unfamiliar with Dutch braids, you can see the basics, courtesy of JustBebexo: If you like this style, check out our full archive of mohawk-ed weddings including our faux hawk roundup. Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Catherine Clark Catherine Clark (aka Superman) is Offbeat Bride's Editor + Project Wrangler and a Chicago-based freelance web consultant. In her spare time she loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video games and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, and cuddles with her feline fur baby. @enidjcoleslaw @whimsycatt PREVIOUS Wedding dresses you can breastfeed in: nursing mothers rejoice, we have a gigantic round-up just for YOU NEXT Megan & Alex's baby-postponed DIY hitching of two gamers Toggle comments [ 5 ] I want it!! 1 agrees Reply That is a-MAZE-ing! 0 agree Reply Seems like that would work even better with a 4-strand round braid, which starts out with a kind of spine down the back even before teasing it out: http://lasthairmodels.com/2012/11/29/four-part-round-braid/four-part-round-braid2/ Round braids are my favorite kind! They look really funky and a lot of folks don't know how to do them but they're not actually all that difficult. 0 agree Reply I LOVE this. I'm going to be in a wedding this fall… and my friend (the bride) loves braiding my hair… I think it'll have to happen. 0 agree Reply The pancake process (the pulling and flattening of bumps in the braid) works a lot better if you braid a few inches, pancake them, braid a few more, and so on. If you wait until the braid is finished, you'll pull a lot of hair, and it'll probably end up uncomfortable. The longer the hair, the worse this problem gets. I agree that the 4-strand round (Dutch) braid would be pretty much ideal for this. 0 agree Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.