The Mohawk cut, or rather Mohawk, has crossed the history of Europe since the times of the Second World War when the soldiers had chosen that cut for the Normandy landings. He has had various backgrounds since then, moving from the punk subculture and making a comeback in recent years along with the long, well-groomed beard that's all the rage. The current variant is no longer a ridge held upright with hairspray and gel, but a nice cut suitable for young people inside and outside. It is a pleasant cut that if worn by an elegant man rejuvenates him not a little, while for a boy it has the opposite effect. With this guide, we will therefore see how to do a Mohawk hairstyle.

Hair is a fundamental part of the person, a part that must be properly cared for and valued. If we have decided to cut our hair short, we will also have to style our hair more than adequately. In the following step-by-step guide, we will provide you with tips to understand how to style short hair.

Those used to shaving every morning know it: the neck is undoubtedly the most challenging part of achieving a perfect shave. A difference of the face, where the forms are more linear, the neck has many irregularities that make it difficult to break the razor, causing minor cuts, skin irritation, and ingrown hairs. Getting smooth and well-shaved skin even in this area is not an impossible task. However, follow a few more small tricks. So let's see how to shave your neckline.