The southern French haircut is a kind of Mohawk hairstyle made popular by Usher Raymond and his barber Curtis Smith. Specifically, the southern French hairstyle combines an overflow fades with a mohawk (or Fohawk) to create a fresh cut and style. As a close cousin of the Frohawk, the south of France is called also “Gentleman Mohawk “.
How to get a haircut from the south of France
This modern Mohawk and the fresh melting blend are striking because it allows for a wide variety and customization. Although traditionally a haircut for black men, cut and style can be applied to any type of hair. On the other hand, children may choose to get a low, medium or high skin fade on the sides and then narrow the neck. You can even ask your hairdresser to carve a part of a hair design.
Ultimately, the south of France’s Mohawk of Usher may be your inspiration for the style, but you can get and comb the haircut the way you want! Check out the stylish Frohawk disappears below before your next visit to the barbershop!