Cow's Lick - Widows Peek and how to deal with them. by Jess Capon

Cow’s lick?

Fringe separating?

You want the fringe to be the FIRST area you start to blow dry, as soon as the fringe starts to dry naturally, you will not be able to budge it!

It’s all about confusing the root so it will sit flatter to the head.

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After applying your chosen Paul Mitchell Heat protection product and styling product best suited to your hair type and the end result required. If you need help with these please pop in for a free consultation and we will work out the best products for you.

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Start of by blow drying the fringe from side to side using a Paul Mitchell 413 sculpting brush.

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After this gently flatten the root with the sculpting brush insuring all jumps have have gone.

Fringe blow dry

Once you have done this then style your fringe were you wish to wear it.

Jess works as a Designer at the Grove Experience hair salon in Grove Road in Eastbourne in East Sussex.