The South of France haircut is a type of mohawk hairstyle made popular by Usher Raymond and his barber Curtis Smith. Specifically, the South of France hairstyle combines a burst fade with a mohawk (or fohawk) to create a cool cut and style. As a close cousin of the frohawk, the South of France also goes by the name “gentleman’s mohawk”.
How To Get A South of France Haircut
This modern mohawk and fresh fade mix is awesome because it allows for a lot of variety and customization. Although traditionally a haircut for black men, the cut and style can be applied to any type of hair. Moreover, guys can choose to get a low, mid or high skin fade on the sides and then taper the neck. You can even ask your barber to carve a part or hair design.
Ultimately, Usher’s South of France mohawk may be your inspiration for the hairstyle, but you can get and style the haircut any way you want! Check out the stylish frohawk fades below before your next visit to the barbershop!