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Mohawk hairstyle: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: Having been made famous by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen during the early years of ________, this is most commonly sported by infants.
Family MattersPerfect Strangers (TV series)Full HouseStep by Step (TV series)

Question 2: The fauxhawk is known in the ________ and Shoreditch districts of London as the "Hoxton fin."[4].
HoxtonStoke NewingtonHackney CentralDalston

Question 3: It is in essence a pompadour with the sides shaved, similar to the haircut British National Service recruits received during ________ in the 1950s.
United States Marine CorpsUnited States ArmyUnited States Army Basic TrainingRecruit training

Question 4: A short mohawk dyed bright blue named due to the popularity of the style among ________ players.
Florida MarlinsTampa Bay RaysTampa Bay LightningTampa Bay Buccaneers

Question 5: The style re-emerged in the early 2000s, one of the popular[citation needed] wearers being ________.
Alan ShearerRonaldinhoDavid BeckhamMichael Owen

Question 6: A Mohawk featuring voluminous teased hair common to the ________/gothic subcultures.
PsychobillyDeathrockPunk rockPost-punk

Question 7: Mohawks became common in punk subculture in the early 1980s and were then adopted by ________ with various other groups, becoming more diverse in style.
Goth subcultureRivetheadPunk fashionCybergoth

Question 8: The Mohawk hairstyle is named for, and often associated with, the people of the ________, an indigenous people of North America who originally inhabited the Mohawk Valley in upstate New York.
Onondaga (tribe)IroquoisMohawk nationOneida tribe

Question 9: Tight curly hair that would otherwise be an ________ shaved into a mohawk.
Afro-textured hairAfrican AmericanAfroAfrica

Question 10: The Mohawk (known as a "Mohican" in British/Commonwealth English) is a ________.
CosmeticsHairstyleHair removalHair conditioner
















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