Beckham hair (pronounced be-ka-mu he-a).
The term was coined during the 2002 World Cup, when David Beckham attained the status of footballing/celebrity deity. In reference to the Holy One’s elegantly coiffured bouffant, anybody with a mohawk since then has been referred to as simply Beckham hair.
Despite Mr. Beckham changing his hairstyle several times since, the expression has stood the test of time. Still being in common use today. Beckham corn-row on the other hand failed to make an impact.