4 Tips to tame a cowlick
Cowlicks are mostly formed in the crown area of the head. If youâre looking for a solution to fix these crazy strands of hair, here are few ways of how you can manage your unmanageable hair.
1. Hair waxing, electrolysis, or plastic surgery
Now a day itâs very easy to get rid of a cowlick. Most of the famous movie stars have been successful in managing their hair by trying techniques such as waxing, electrolysis and plastic surgery.
Waxing needs to be done regularly, which may soften the grown of the hair and can eventually, make it easy to style a cowlick.
Electrolysis is also not completely guaranteed. Few strands of hair may grow back forming a cowlick and the treatment would need to be done again. The most guaranteed solution for a cowlick is plastic surgery. But, itâs also the riskiest and painful of all three.
If youâre not ready for so much of pain then the advice by a good stylist is really important, one who can understand your hair. A good haircut can easily solve your tricky problem. A trendy haircut can actually make it difficult to recognize a cowlick. Keeping your hair short with a trendy haircut, works really well if you have a cowlick at the nape of your neck. If your hair is long and wavy try fringes and experimenting with the partitions.
3. Hair styling products
You can also go for a temporary solution to tame your cowlick. There are various products like Straightening gels, hairsprays, hair waxes, creams, mousses which can give instant but temporary solution to your hair problem. You just need to apply the chosen product at the root of the cowlick and then spread evenly on your hair. Style it as you wish and youâre set to go.
4. Blow drying
Blow drying is also the best way to settle the unruly hair. Just apply your favorite hair product. Use a brush to move your hair in the desired direction and blow dry on a hot setting. Brushing your hair in the opposite direction then blow drying it and then again changing the direction of your hair followed by a blow dry until your hair is dry can also play the trick.