How To Get Rid Of A Cowlick and Pillow Hair.

How To Get Rid Of A Cowlick and Pillow Hair. | Anchors Aweigh Hair Co.

How To Get Rid Of A Cowlick and Pillow Hair.

Are you tired of pesky cowlicks and puffy pillow hair? Are you sick of looking like a duck’s butt or like a backup dancer from an 80s dance video?! Try these simple and easy steps to get rid of your cowlick and pillow hair fast. 


Bad hair is just one more thing to add to a stressful morning. Many times a cowlick is the result of terrible sleep, which has you stressed out anyway! Cowlicks, like pillow hair, can also form when you go to sleep with wet hair. Here is a simple way to fix that. 


You’ll need the following:


When the cowlick and pillow hair forms, your natural oils have already made it onto your hair follicle, so you need to wash them out to start fresh. 99% of the time, a shower will take way too long! Here’s where this cowlick hack comes in to play.

 

Try these easy steps!

  • Squirt the cowlick with the water/soap combo and make sure the area is saturated. 
  • Towel blot the area to dry up some of the water.
  • Apply a pea-size amount of courage clay onto the area.
  • Blow-dry the hair in all directions to break up the root.
  • Use the comb to put tension on/in the hair. The tension and hot air will pull that hair back down.
  • If your blow dryer has a “Cool Shot,” then blast the cool shot onto your hair when the hair is dry. This step will “set” the hair.

 

Just remember..

  • SQUIRT
  • BLOT
  • APPLY
  • BLOW DRY
  • COMB
  • COOL

 

We hope this helps! If you have any questions, please reach out to us at info@loveanchors.com . 

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