Hairdresser Reacts To Insane Punk Hair Tutorials

Brad Mondo
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Hi Beautiful! I'm ready to become a punk princess after watching these insane liberty spike videos! These people have serious hair talent.
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Oct 20, 2019




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Ciarra Avis
Ciarra Avis 2 hours ago
@Jenna Marbles, please do this.
Tab7Kitt7 4 hours ago
Me and my boyfriend used clear Elmer's glue, holds well and is water soluble
Becky Martin
Becky Martin 14 hours ago
80’s punk scene! Love being a kid of the 80’s!
Miss.Phoenixx 15 hours ago
How did she get her shirt on over the spikes?
Marilyn Gervais
Marilyn Gervais 15 hours ago
Please do it. Just do 😎
Taea H
Taea H 16 hours ago
gafquat gel is basically concrete, you should try it
B W Day ago
The one limp one really bugged me
I personally have an undercut and have just been letting the top grow out and reshaving the sides and back once it gets to about an inch
Julaine Fiasca
Julaine Fiasca 2 days ago
If you buy a jacket like that, you are a loser and a fucking poser. Make one. This whole video makes me feel dead inside.
Nylmari lee
Nylmari lee 2 days ago
9:16 me every time i watch brad's 2 minute long intros
bluechick Moma
bluechick Moma 2 days ago
We had a guy in my high school how did A double liberty spikes one of them was black and the outer one was yellow
3rika 112
3rika 112 3 days ago
How did she put her shirt on without ruining the neck?
Zenobia Faulk
Zenobia Faulk 3 days ago
I enjoy your videos... you got a new subbie in me...
MommaS&MiniS 5 days ago
Next upload : brad gives Eric liberty spikes 😂😂❤️
Ebonie Smith
Ebonie Smith 5 days ago
Fam you good????
Maxeroni 5 days ago
Brad is a closet punk: confirmed
Shawnda Newby
Shawnda Newby 5 days ago
Does brad have his eyebrows pierced?
Lauren Bowling
Lauren Bowling 5 days ago
react to death hawk tutorials!!!!
Kyera2Toasty 6 days ago
Oh man I grew up in the "alt" scene and used to do crazy 80s hair every day in high school and I somehow had no idea got 2b glued could get any stronger than the silver top! Lol must find this magic glue spray!
Duplicity181 6 days ago
Linzor is the best! I love watching her videos
Tabitha Totten
Tabitha Totten 7 days ago
Liberty Spikes began with the Ancient Celts in Briton. They later made a massive comback in the UK Punk Era of the 70s in Camden, Chelsea, etc and later even by Goths in the 90s
MsPositive 7 days ago
In my days it was sugar + water and using the vacuum cleaner to shape it.....
Thurber 7 days ago
This is how I spiked my hair back in the 80s.I am personally responsible for the hole in the ozone layer.
Angela Michelle
Angela Michelle 7 days ago
Anyone get Sid Vicious vibes from the second vid!!!!!! SHOOKETH!!!!!
jentheshiki 7 days ago
sea urchin cosplay tutorial
Amy Drew
Amy Drew 7 days ago
omg yes i love linzor she is my swedish queen
Élen Crocetti
Élen Crocetti 8 days ago
Can some plz tell me some effective og methods to spike up hair? I live in Brazil and hair sprays are way to expensive for my broke ass here. I've tried soap but it weight down my hair way too much. Also if anyone has any tips for doing this for very curly hair I'd be thankful
Dylan 127
Dylan 127 8 days ago
zoinks! it’s Tayla
I now need a Liberty Hawk.
Kat Newport
Kat Newport 8 days ago
Yessss I've done liberty spikes and I loved it!!
Bri Taylor
Bri Taylor 9 days ago
okay pls let me know where you got that shirt bc that blue is honestly my fav color & I need it rn ty xo
Alex G
Alex G 9 days ago
Liberty spikes started with punk music which amped up in the 70’s. And please don’t be a “punk” for Halloween. It was/is a lifestyle and political choice as well. As a teen, I would get constant harassment for it. Full grown men driving by would shout, “is it Halloween yet?” I loved the clothes that I made, and I loved how I looked. We made those jackets we didn’t buy them.
42 T
42 T 9 days ago
I so want to make him a spiked jack that says punk princess on the back 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
42 T
42 T 9 days ago
NO GEL! just GOT2B GLUED. Been doing this since the 80's. Have 5 of those jackets. Make them yourself 👍😊
cherry bears united
I got you an icecream🍦.
Rea'L Rain
Rea'L Rain 9 days ago
This started back in the 80’s in Europe Sex Pistols are the most well known to sport them
clatterslam 9 days ago
I come from a former Soviet country and have heard from my parents that since hair spray wasn't widely available, the punks in the Soviet era used sugar water to form their mohawks, liberty spikes and other gravity-defying hairdos. It would actually be a fun challenge, to try to recreate different hairstyles with sugar water as your only "hair product" :D
Angela M
Angela M 10 days ago
I had a mohawk in high school and I spiked mine with a mix of Elmer's and hairspray, and on occasion, egg whites (not my favorite). When I wore it fanned out, I laid down on the floor and had a friend spread out my hair evenly and just use a hairdryer, hairspray, dry, spray, dry, spray, ad nauseum. And have Advil on hand, because you'll need it if you've been sitting in a car with your head cocked all 90-ish degree angle for awhile.
Athena Chi
Athena Chi 10 days ago
Oh my gosh, Brad you should react to Bill Kaulitz hairstyles throughout the years. He's the frontman of Tokio Hotel. Its said he had to use four cans of hair spray for his porcupine hairstyle in 2008
Taylor Mesa
Taylor Mesa 10 days ago
My husband had liberty spikes in high school. He went to a private Christian high school. He didn’t get away with it for long. 😂😂
Rosie Nunez
Rosie Nunez 10 days ago
Why don’t you do a wig with liberty spikes it’ll be nice to challenge yourself with it
Krystin T
Krystin T 10 days ago
Why aren't you doing it along with them bradddd
Drop Haruspici
Drop Haruspici 10 days ago
Brad: "my youtube recommended section is just a lot of hair content" My cat: *COUGHS OUT A HAIRBALL*
Jane Winter
Jane Winter 10 days ago
Hehe I'm a girl from Sweden, just like Linzor. I had the punk style for 8 years before I turned 21 (23 now) and decided to tone it down into rock style. I had a jacket like that.. and we make them from scratch, stud by stud ;)
Jackie 11 days ago
Liberty spikes trace their origins to the Ancient Britons. Warriors washed their long hair in lime water, which also bleached it blond. This hairstyle was highly symbolic as a badge of honor and manhood: Celts were not allowed to spike or cut their hair until they had killed an enemy.
Amanda Navarro
Amanda Navarro 11 days ago
OMG LINZORRRR!!! The eyeliner queen of RUvid **^**
Merry Red
Merry Red 11 days ago
I want to go to work like this haha getting my life through this videooooo
Tattedmom607 11 days ago
My arms hurt from watching theses. 😭 I’m living for the mood your in haha
Katherine Vallo
Katherine Vallo 12 days ago
Back in the day, Knox Gelatin was used to get the hair in the styles I would do along with some hairspray, Knox is the base to get the hair to hold in the punk styles I would wear because unlike nowadays your strongest hairspray would be too crappy to try to get the gravity-defying hair you see in these videoes. If you used just hairspray you would have to have 4C hair to do it with or tease it a lot. I had long hair as a kid before going punk I kept the hair long but once I went punk I shaved the sides and back. The shaved designs that you see mainstream like tribal shaved into. Liberty Spikes were around the early days of punk. I don't know who did it first but its been around since at least the 80s
Carrie Messenger
Carrie Messenger 12 days ago
I've thought about trying this, but my hair is around 3 feet long, even after cutting off six inches lol. that could be really dangerous.
Marie Jane
Marie Jane 12 days ago
When I was 16 I had a foot long Mohawk that I use to style into spikes, and I use to section my hawk, backcombed each sections base, and then I would spray the shit of each section with hair spray, and then run my hands up each section into a point. By the end it took me like 10 mins! Still tedious as hell....
Rebecca Sharpie
Rebecca Sharpie 12 days ago
I knew someone that used Elmers glue for her liberty spikes
gerardway isafrogdad
I went to a frank iero concert and the girl next to me had a liberty hawk and she was only like 13 tebhegdjjfw
Sophie Turnbull
Sophie Turnbull 13 days ago
You need to check out Erin Micklow on instagram, liberty spike queeeeen. Also I made studded jackets for a living, hit me up sometime. Love your videos!
Hannah Perrin
Hannah Perrin 13 days ago
HISTORY LESSON!! :D Spiked hair can be traced back to early Celtic warriors, but "Liberty spikes" as we know them today were brought to light in the early 1970's in Britain as a rebellious response to the modern look of long, straight, "hippie" hair. The hippie hairstyles that we all know were the result of the modern women of the time entering the workforce and needing "functional" styles while still retaining a feminine look. The pop-punk style of "hair spiking" became popular when teens and young adults wanted to express a different form of fashion, however, spikes stayed relatively short until we enter the 80's. By the mid-late 1980's, we started seeing liberty spikes reach heights of 12"+! It's super crazy to see how the different periods really defined the transition of fashion and style :)
Sophie Schwartz
Sophie Schwartz 13 days ago
i’m shocked there is no teasing involved
Mia Maxfield
Mia Maxfield 13 days ago
pls do the liberty spikes for us on yo head lol
rachel j
rachel j 14 days ago
Wow, us Asexual's getting that recognition!
RubberDuck Bwoy
RubberDuck Bwoy 14 days ago
me playing with soap in the tub making spikes:
Kay'la Sen
Kay'la Sen 14 days ago
Liberty Spikes: In the modern usage started in the 70's and 80's the original punk look being a counter culture to the disco and hippy era of the early 70's and the 60's. Started in Britain (the pervasive subculture not necessarily the genre), but for subtext spiky hair in Britain was always seen as rebellious and going against the grain. From what I can tell from my father in law it seemed like it was a natural progression of the mohawk (he used to wear a 3ft blue mohawk) to liberty spikes. However from what I can tell the name "liberty spikes" was coined by the states. So it may be a Dennis the Menace situation, where both sides of the pond had very similar ideas at practically the same time. Not sure if there is a different origin story for the U.S.
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