Well, Ive had my mohawk for a month and a half or so and Im loving it. I have some worries though.
I spiked it up as soon as it was high enough to stay up. I have very thick/wavy hair so its hard to stand up. When I first spiked it up I noticed no gaps in my hair. But a month and a half later, it has grown, but I notice some gaps in my mohawk. Could my hair possibly be thinning already from the punishment its been taking? I doubted this just because of how thick and strong my hair is, but I guess its a possibility. (btw, I DO NOT use knox, I only use got2b glue and freeze spray).
I also noticed that the tips of my mohawk curl back (imagine sonic the hedgehog). I dont purposely do this, it just naturally happens. And I thought this could also be the cause of the gaps, because when it was short the tips were incapable of curling and no gaps were visible.
Damaged hair or not, this makes me realize that I need to take care of my hair. I dont want to grow a 5inch mohawk and have it thin out on me. It has become a piece of me and I need to preserve it the best I can. So In addition to the question above, how can I take care of my hair so A. It will continue to grow healthy, and B. It doesnt thin on me.
Also, I heard a rumor that once you start spiking the hair, your hair will no longer grow, or if it does, at a very slow rate. Is there any truth to this? because it would suck if I couldnt spike it till it gets to the length I want. Thanks and keep rockin it