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Liberty Spikes

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The style is so named because of the resemblance to the diadem crown worn by the Statue of Liberty, itself inspired by the Roman goddess Libertas and god Sol Invictus. In this style, the hair is formed into thick spikes that may radiate outwards in all directions or all point up in the same direction. Some also make use solely of front spikes to look more like the Statue of Liberty; this form is consequently known as a crown. Liberty spikes may then be enhanced by the use of hair dyes.

Its actual form originates from the emerging British punk subculture of the 1970s, with members wearing messy, choppy hair in reaction to the long smooth styles worn by hippies and disco fans. Originally the spikes were small, as worn by modern-day pop-punk fans, but by the 1980s they had evolved to tall liberty spikes, sometimes over a foot in length. Liberty spikes were also sported by the Goth subculture, although in this case they were dyed black instead of the bright unnatural colours favoured by punk rockers.

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