A variation of the Tin Tin, a hair style named after the popular cartoon Tin Tin by Belgian artist Georges Remi (1907–1983), who wrote under the pen name of Hergé. The style gets its name from Tin Tin's signature wisp of hair in the center of his head combed into a singular horn shape or Tin Tin. The Involuntary Tin Tin differs from the Tin Tin in that the wearer is a gentleman who is left with little hair other than the central horn shape or Tin Tin leaving no other options but baldness or the involuntary Tin Tin.
His once proud Man Mane suffers from such a prominant widows peak he has no choice but to shave it off or rock the involuntary Tin Tin
by CaddAlec January 22, 2012