UNDATED (CBS) -- What takes two hours, three cans of hairspray and one jar of gel? Easy answer, the world's "Tallest Mohawk".
Walking down the street you have probably seen Mohawks, frohawks, dreadhawks and maybe the occasional fanhawk, but until now you have not seen this!
Japanese fashion designer, Kazuhiro Watanabe, most noted for creating trendy designs for women's leg tights, is also the world record holder for the world's tallest Mohawk.
He was In New York City for the launch of the newest edition of Guinness Book of World Records, Watatanabe spiked things up a notch with an astonishing 3 ft 8.6 in 'do", which he's been growing for more than 15 years! The creation takes a team of stylists two hours, three cans of hairspray and one jar of gel to sculpt Watanabe's gravity defying coiffure, according to Guinness World Records Spokesperson, Stuart Claxton.
In the mood for more? The new Guinness World Records 2013 edition hits shelves September 13th and features the record holder for the "Tallest Mohawk" along with thousands of other fascinating records.