Is it possible to have a fringe with a cows lick....
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04-01-2014 19:28 #1
04-01-2014 19:31 #2
In my experience (I have a cow lick) no but many a hairdresser has tried to convince me otherwise. Yep enjoyed pinning them back while they grew out.
04-01-2014 19:41 #3
Yes it is but you have to train it, if I wear my fringe I need to "fix it" otherwise it's just pinned back.
04-01-2014 20:29 #4
Side-fringe may be better? Then it looks more like it's "styled that way," than "yeah, I have a massive cowlick that's ruining my fringe." :P
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