Avant-garde cornrow style for African American women
Two avant-garde components make this a hair for the strong African-American woman. The crown is a homage to the mohawk, with straightened strands tied off into three sections of spiky hair. The fringe is a combed-forward thatch of light blonde hair overlaid with streaks of brown. It's quickly followed by a fan of upstanding spikes, and finally by the third section hanging down over the back. The rest of the head is covered in small, black, intricate cornrows, all starting from the hairline and going up to the crown.