What Is a Cowlick?

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A cowlick is a little tuft of hair that tends to be unruly and will tend to pop up anywhere.
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A 'cowlick' is a term that describes a formation in one's hair. It is usually characterized as a swirl that may be in the back or front typically. For more information look here:
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A cowlick is a little tuft of hair that tends to be unruly and will tend to pop up anywhere.
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Your cowlick makes your bangs stick up instead of lay down.
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cowlick: a tuft of hair that grows in a different direction from the rest of the hair and usually will not lie flat
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cow·lick
[kou-lik]
NOUN
1.
a tuft of hair that grows in a direction different from that of the rest of the hair.
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Cow lick is a lock of hair that grows in a direction different from the rest and that resists being combed flat. The most common site of a human cowlick is in the crown but they can show up anywhere. They also sometimes appear in the front and back of the head.
A cowlick is a lock of hair growing in a direction different from the rest of the hair and usually that resists being combed flat. In most cases, cowlicks are seen when the growth direction of the hair results in a spiral pattern.
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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 ...
Bang cowlicks are bangs that have a certain piece of hair that is very unruly and will not do what the other portions of a person's bangs do. It is very common ...
The word cowlick is thought to date back to Norse mythology. The word is generally defined as a lock of hair which appears as if it had been licked by a cow; meaning ...
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