You can make different funky and fabulous hairstyles with short curly hair.
You can use the gel or butter cream to create a fly Mohawk hairstyle. This style will not require any heat and I always prefer no heat styles.
This method helps you to protect your hair against heat damage and breakage.
Now start with stretch hair because it just makes the process a lot easier and in this way you do four rolls for going up into the Mohawk so make the sections of side areas first which are going to be braided.
Now divide the area into two sections by making a diagonal part going upward.
To condition your hair apply the gel or butter cream and then start making the cornrows and in the front part make them in a curved pattern.and after this start making the thin braids and leave the ends of the braids free.
So they can be included in the Mohawk.
After the compilation of the front part move on the back and apply the gel and butter cream the same as you did before.
For the back braids blow them slanted slightly downward and start making the braids in one sequence.
When this is done then repeat the same process and braid the other side of your head now to tackle the actual Mohawk. For a correct curly look make the twists of front hair and to achieve the definition use the butter cream.the butter cream helps you to give a nice flexible hold and it doesn’t make your hair hard.on the top for shine you can apply the Argan oil.
Now take a medium-sized section of hair and twist. And set the twists on perm rods.
Make the entire middle part twisted in curls and wait a few hours and let your hair air dry and set.
After 6 hour take out that perm rods and after taking out these perm rods separate each list into about 6 pieces.
If you want to push the hair more back from the sides then move the hair over more towards the middle and pin them from both sides by using the bobby pins.
Fluff it out a bit and your style is complete.