Rocking now, Rocked in the past, Thinking about rocking it sometime, Just like watching others rock them
Started MohawksRock.com in November 2007, after finding it hard to find a good amount of information on how to actually make a mohawk. In the sites first year we have had over 1 Million hits from 150+ countries and 1000 members. Since then we have had 10,000,000+ pages viewed in 200+ countries with our top cities being London, NYC, Dublin, L.A. and Sydney.
I apologize if it takes me awhile to get back to you on comments or emails. I really do try to get back to everyone. After the first 1000 members I haven't been able to add everyone as a friend, but if you have joined, you are definitely a friend so feel free to add me too.
If you have a mohawk you know what its like to be looked at funny and even ostracized or admired. Keep this in mind on here and have respect for the different viewpoints of members here. We all have something more in common than awesome hair and that is an extreme sense of self and individualism. That sometimes causes arguments and harsh feelings, but remember they are as you are.
Finally, promote the site! Put links back to the site wherever you find necessary. The more active members we have the better information we will have and the more collective influence we will have. Tell your mom, dad, friends and co-workers. Lets unite a community of seemingly sparse individuals across the world.
How Tall Are You With and Without the Mohawk:
I'm 6'11 without the mohawk, and I'm typically over 8' tall with it standing, as I don't cut it below 13 inches just for this reason. Currently the hawk is around 20 inches putting me at 8'7 taller than Leonid Stadnyk (8'5), the worlds tallest man.
Here is a 4 minute tutorial I put together to show you how to find other mohawk rockers in your area or even with similar interests to your own. Leave your comments below if you found this useful or have more questions about this feature or other features on… Continue
I'm glad I finally figured it out. I'm too stubborn for my own good some days and didn't want to start a new profile. But you guys have been in my thoughts a lot recently.
That would be awesome, I can't wait/see to hear what changes you have in mind! I was surprised (but a bit relieved) to see things haven't changed too drastically - it made navigating easy for me lol. This site has grown SO much in the last few years. I look forward to seeing it evolve :).
"Sounds like you know what you want and jumping into the deep end is exactly that goal. Probably by the time you use a buzzer on like a zero setting you may even break out the bic. Admittedly, the bic on a never shaved skull was kind of tricky,…"
"I went straight from long thick hair to a pretty long mohawk, maybe 10in high once I finally figured out how to get it to stand.
At the time, I was 29 and had a good secure job where I felt it wouldn't impact my career... plus I was going to…"
"Welcome Tammy. Hopefully you found some great information on getting your son's mohawk to stand. I thought gel was the secret at first, but maybe only at the base and then lots of hairspray as it's lighter weight as the mohawk grows."
"That mohawk looks amazing. You've definitely found a unique little corner of the web here. I've always had the best luck with Got2B hairspray on the majority of the hawk at it's highest and then some base gel to keep it sturdy."