Hair Cowlick?

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A hair cowlick is a section of hair that lies at odds with the style of the rest of the hair or stands straight up. It is not clear what causes cowlicks though it is though that the cowlick stem from circular arrangement of collagen fibres in the cranial fascia of the area that has the cowlick.
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