like without cutting my hair? its a one day thing
long hair Use a bristle brush to help you make a high ponytail with the top 2/3 of your hair. Leave the front section of hair that creates the hairline on your forehead out of the ponytail. Make a ponytail directly under the first ponytail with the bottom portion of your hair. Tease the front section of hair with a fine-toothed comb for volume. This creates the height in the faux-hawk. Gently brush the hair back, smoothing the front, and push it forward making the front stand up. Secure with bobby pins. Finish this look with a strong hairspray, and by using a mirror to see how the back looks. Short Hair The first step of making a faux-hawk with short hair is the same as making one with long hair. You may opt to coat the hair evenly with product however for better hold. Use your hands to make your hair stand up straight. Pull hair from the roots. If your hair is thin, tease it to help maintain volume. Smooth the hair on the sides. Use a curling iron, flat iron or blow dryer to help if needed. Smooth, and finish with a strong hold hairspray. Aerosol sprays make sure the look doesn't fall, and choose a spray that is not too heavy for thin hair.
the shorter your hair is the easier it will be, basically you know were a centre part on your hair is, you need to make 2 centre parts opposite each other (the thickness apart is up to you) then with that section of hair all in the middle, you need to use gel and hairspray (back-cobming could help too) to make it stick up
kay!! thank you this will help lots..for some reason i kept trying it with all my hair...doesnt work well :D