A haircut associated with goths and punks, shaved on the sides and long on top. Thus the wearing of the mowhawk is optional, unlike a short traditional hawk, as the long part can come down to cover the shaved areas. The term "safety" is used for two reasons-- you don't risk poking anyone in the eye in the pit, and you have the option to look more mainstream at your job/funerals/family events, etc.
Boris Rager decided to go to law school so he grew out his warhawk into a safety hawk.
by death doctor September 24, 2012
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