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Coco's hair was growing out from a cut
and it was so cute all short and spikey on the top of her head.
So, I had been considering trying a mohawk on her. :hiding:
I did it! And I also sculpted her a little goatee.
My hubby has a goatee and I wanted them to match. :blush:

Her she is!

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Please tell me honestly what you are thinking...

Is it:

a) "This is wrong on so many levels. :angry:
You should not be allowed to own scissors. Even for crafts."

b) "Mildly dreadful. I hope Coco enjoys hats." :blink:

c) "Somewhat creative. :w00t:
Allthough I don't forsee it starting any trends here at SM."

or d) final answer: "Ingenious! :thumbsup:
I love that look so much that I am requesting it
from my own hairdresser asap!"


Thanks for looking. And I will be taking grooming appointments! JK!
 

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My initial impression is: a :w00t: or maybe c

I still love you:heart: but I don't like a goatee on a little malt, the mohawk is alright......hey, it's your baby but you did ask~~

This was a hard post to write.....I will say you are creative though!!!
 

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I am going to go with C, but it is very creative and maybe the next attempt will be a trendsetter. Then again, that is just my preference, I am stuck on more classic styles like the Cosy, Cee Cee, and Rain style. I am not a creative or trendsetting person. I am still sporting a 'bob' hairstyle myself. Don't worry too much, it is just hair and you can change it up as often as you like and it will grow back :) The most important thing is that you like it and your fluff feels good.
 

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lol...mohawks are what I try to avoid when grooming my two since they don't have top knots!

I'll have to go with 'C'. Besides...she's a girl! And girls should never have a goatee.:blush: (Even if they can grow a beard! :HistericalSmiley: )
 

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I love all of your options - very funny! But, I'll have to go with C also. She's still adorable!!!!
 

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I love how creative you are and that you don't let gender influence style choice! :biggrin:

My answer would have to be between C and D.
 

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I'm going to go with A. Back away from the scissors! :LOL: Sorry, I don't even like mohawks on indians. :)
 

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I'm afraid I'm siding with Brit here. Going for the A and a :new_shocked: Cute Coco lookin' a little Nick Nolte in that one. I kind of like the rounded full face of hair look myself. But you get an A for courage and guts. Darn I'm afraid to trip Tyler's feet. I truly hope I haven't insulted you but from your questionnaire I think you're welcoming comments.
 

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I think its cute! Ponyo's hair was so long before her cut, that I considered doing a body long mohawk! LOL but I was nice and dident want to do that to her! lol..no accually that groomers dident understand what I was saying since I need to work up on my Japanese some more and I have NO idea what mohawk in Japanese is! lol
VERY cut though
 

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My initial impression is: a :w00t: or maybe c

I still love you:heart: but I don't like a goatee on a little malt, the mohawk is alright......hey, it's your baby but you did ask~~

This was a hard post to write.....I will say you are creative though!!!
Thank you Diane. We :heart: you, too!
DH has such a noticeable goatee so I thought it would be cute if they matched.
Of course, I realize that taste is subjective so I might just be:wacko1:.


I am going to go with C, but it is very creative and maybe the next attempt will be a trendsetter. Then again, that is just my preference, I am stuck on more classic styles like the Cosy, Cee Cee, and Rain style. I am not a creative or trendsetting person. I am still sporting a 'bob' hairstyle myself. Don't worry too much, it is just hair and you can change it up as often as you like and it will grow back :) The most important thing is that you like it and your fluff feels good.
I am taking the "maybe the next attempt will be a trendsetter" as encouragement to keep going! :HistericalSmiley:
That creative success is just around the corner!
Indeed, the "Cosy", "Cee Cee" and "Rain" are all stunning.
One day I will finesse the "Coco" (my apologies to the other SM Cocos!)
Bobs are still cool. I like the angled bobs that slant diagonally, longer at the front.

lol...mohawks are what I try to avoid when grooming my two since they don't have top knots!

I'll have to go with 'C'. Besides...she's a girl! And girls should never have a goatee.:blush: (Even if they can grow a beard! :HistericalSmiley: )
Zoe & Jett have fab haircuts! You do great work!

Oh no! no goatee for the pretty little lady! Answer C: should have stopped at the mohawk
The goatee was spur of the moment, inspired my muse, Coco.
Perhaps I should have stopped at the mohawk.
Allthough the goatee does give a nice symmetry and balance to the mohawk...

I love all of your options - very funny! But, I'll have to go with C also. She's still adorable!!!!
Thank you! I think the "C" answer is ahead for sure.


C for sure for me :p

I still love those eyes of hers. You can see the adorable-ness & love when looking through their eyes.

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Thanks, Kat! Coco does have large eyes. She says "Fank you, Auntie Kat!"


I love how creative you are and that you don't let gender influence style choice! :biggrin:

My answer would have to be between C and D.
Exactly, Brianna! Coco views her gender as a mere "suggestion"!
I will be supportive of which ever she chooses to identify with (or both).
:goof:


Cute..but I"m going for the popular choice of "C" as well!! lol!
Yep, sounds like "C" it is!!!

I'm going to go with A. Back away from the scissors! :LOL: Sorry, I don't even like mohawks on indians. :)
Lol! :HistericalSmiley:I guess I will never be a top groomer?!

Mommy, please cut this goatee off me ASAP:blush:
I'm sorry Coco, but Mommy thinks you look darling! :wub:
I am hoping this might give her a confidence boost.
She is pretty submissive so I thought the punk look could help...

I'm afraid I'm siding with Brit here. Going for the A and a :new_shocked: Cute Coco lookin' a little Nick Nolte in that one. I kind of like the rounded full face of hair look myself. But you get an A for courage and guts. Darn I'm afraid to trip Tyler's feet. I truly hope I haven't insulted you but from your questionnaire I think you're welcoming comments.
Nick Nolte! :HistericalSmiley:I don't think he is a style icon that Coco should be aspiring to. Lol.

And yes, you are right, I am welcoming all comments about the "hair art".
As there is no right or wrong way to view art.:thumbsup:

I say she's rockin' that Mowhawk!! I like a little punk on a girl!
Thank You, Pammy! :rochard:
I read my comments in the morning but didn't have time to reply then,
as I had to get Paris to class.
So I read the "I like a little punk on a boy"
And it made me laugh. :HistericalSmiley:
Part of this is a mini social experiment.
Having had a boy Malt previously,
I saw that people always referred to him as "Her".
So I am curious if this style will have the opposite effect and people might actually refer to a Malt as "Him." ???

A, B & C! Lol!

I think it would be a great style for a boy, maybe.
Although, I put bows on my boy so what do I know?
Don't worry, please tell Milo that Paris still has long hair
for all those gorgeous bows he sent for SS.
I think Paris would have a fit if I cut her pretty hair. :smmadder:
I think she was even hoping I would make her some extensions from Coco's clippings!

It's a cross between A and C, LOL!!!
Thank you for your vote!
I will take all the critiques of my work that I can get.:thumbsup:

Thank you everyone for your votes!
 

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I think its cute! Ponyo's hair was so long before her cut, that I considered doing a body long mohawk! LOL but I was nice and dident want to do that to her! lol..no accually that groomers dident understand what I was saying since I need to work up on my Japanese some more and I have NO idea what mohawk in Japanese is! lol
VERY cut though
Yes, you are on the same creative wavelength as me! :thumbsup:
Oddly enough, I was mentally picturing that body long look.
But wasn't going to go there with Coco,
as I knew her hair would flop over.
And I am loving the very short on the body
and long on the legs that she has now.
But that look could def work.
Maybe a Pom would look really cute with that?
Or a Poodle? It would get more height with the curly coat.
Your Ponyo is SO adorable! I love his current Korean Malt cut!
 

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I personally have been thinking about a mohawk for Mr. Hunter. I miss his topknot and don't want to cut it short. I was even thinking of (gasp) tinting the tips!
 

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I personally have been thinking about a mohawk for Mr. Hunter. I miss his topknot and don't want to cut it short. I was even thinking of (gasp) tinting the tips!
Hunter could totally rock a Mohawk!
He seems to have that edge to him! :thumbsup:
I was looking at dyes in a pet supply store near Hallowe'en
but I questioned the ingredients.
So I didn't buy any as I didn't want any extra chemicals in their product.
And my girls were WAY to young then for anything like that.
(If they were safe, I would have stored them away for when the pups were older)
But maybe they make natural dyes??
Let me know if you hear of a natural one
and perhaps we can get really brave!


Paris has little coloured clip in extensions but her hair needs to be longer.
She wants no part of my creative hairdressing.
She says :"Mommy, I am not a Chia Pet! Go pwactice your hairtwimming on my sister!"
 
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