Having good looking hair is the dream of everybody. A lot of effort is put and a lot of money spent to make hair look good. This is usually associated with ladies. Things have however changed over time and more men now are conscious on how their hair looks. Many hairstyles have come up to make men look and feel great when it comes to the hair. The ‘Eiffel tower’ style is one of them. It can either be short or long. But who has the tallest Mohawk hairstyle?
A Japanese fashion designer named Kazuhiro Watanabe has recently entered the Guinness book of records as the man with the tallest Mohawk hairdo in the world. The Guinness book records all unusual happenings of the world. It is therefore prestigious enough that this fashion designer made his way into the records.
It took Kazuhiro Watanabe fifteen years to grow his hair up to that level. This forty year old fashion designer says that he has kept this hairstyle for a particular purpose. He says that he kept it to rebel against conforming to Japanese society.
The 1.13 meters hairdo was displayed in a New York City park. It proved to be worth entering the Guinness world records and Mr. Kazuhiro welcomed his new title with open arms. He is now the holder of the title and is proud about it.
Many were wondering how he manages the hairdo and he said that he cannot manage it alone. It takes several hours for more than one hair stylists to make that hairdo look the way it does. As if that is not enough a whole can of gel and three cans of hairspray are used to make the hairdo stand upright.
Kazuhiro Watanabe mohawk hairstyle.
Kazuhiro Watanabe holds the world record for the Tallest Mohawk.
Mr. Kazuhiro now holds the world record and is more than happy to keep it. You can see more photos here.