- Blend of faux and Mohawk. (Wiktionary)
“Jared has ditched the blond fauxhawk he was sporting during the summer.”
“Her end look is truly spot-on, but next time, we hope she goes for the blond fauxhawk.”
“It's arguably better than his fauxhawk, we'll give him that, but we just want to know why, Jared, why?”
“For the occasion, he wore a trench, baggy jeans and moon boots and accessorized with shades and a blond fauxhawk.”
“That's enough self-referentiality to make an Asian chick's fauxhawk spin right off of her suddenly-pretty head.”
“He's the one wearing Yasmine Gomez's badge and rockin 'a fauxhawk.”
“His dark hair had been blown forward by the wind, forming a sort of fauxhawk down the center of his head, and his face was ruddy from the effort of the workout.”
“He released an EP this year, and apparently he's still rocking his fauxhawk.”
“Hung is annoying and Dale needs to give up the fauxhawk and get a fauxbeau.”
“You can tell that fauxhawk guy is JUST about to say, “ZUT ALORS!””
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