Hair inspiration for brides with mohawks

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Photos by Arielle Haze Photography

While this is a photo of Tribesmaid Dynamiterose's bridesmaid Krisztianna, I couldn't help but note how her hair may inspire our brides out there. How incredible would this whole hairstyle and fascinator combo be for brides with mohawks? I love the placement of the fascinator and the swept back feel of the 'hawk.

Here's one more photo for your hair inspiration file:

130413-0154Dynamiterose notes that Krisztianna put blue in her hair just for the wedding! How cool is that?

For more from our mohawk inspiration files check out Glam wedding-friendly styles for undercut hair, or my favorite bridal mohawk from Morgan & Nicole's dreamy mountain wedding. Or hell, just peruse our entire mohawk archive.

Brides with mohawks! How are you rocking your wedding 'dos?

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    • This is awesome! I'm following this board because I still don't know what to do with my raspberry-colored Tegan-esque hair! Though, who knows what color it will be by Spring 🙂

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    • Thanks to you and that board, I have found my sister's hair for the wedding. Thank you a hundred times!

  1. I went to an event at St James Palace recently on behalf of the charity I work for, I can wear my hair down and be incognito but I wanted to still look like me so put my mohawk up into a big soft quiff and had fake flowers clipped in all the way down either side to decorate it.

    Like this hair-do it was a good way to turn it into a glamour rather than punk look!

  2. I'm so going to the hair dressers tomorrow. I need a faux hawk long hair cross breed

  3. OMGoooodneeeessss!!!

    I've been away for a while and totally missed this. Krisztianna looked amazing. I should also point out that the wonderful gal she is… she made all of our head pieces!

    I have to go tell her she's famous now. 🙂

  4. Any inspiration for a naturally curly haired Mohawk or two… or six or a dozen?

    Seriously, though, love how the blue was added to not only make this pop but also check off a wedding tradition while giving it a little spin on its head. So happy to see some short 'hawk love!

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