Is there really a stigma around cowlicks? (Because I'm not sure I've got anything else growing on my head...) For those times when your part just won't lie flat or your bangs start spiraling off in a 72 wonky directions, open up this gallery and gaze upon the faces of 10 celebrities who've taken what nature gave them–AKA interesting hairlines—and made it work.
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Most people, like Annie here, have them near their foreheads, which can look super cute and swoopy.
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Megan Fox's is a very tasteful little wave.
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See? Double cowlicks are nothing not to smile about. (Though the perfectly coiffed Conrad usually flatirons them smooth. Sorry.)
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Usually, K-Stew does the exaggerated, half-of-my-hair-flipped-over-the-the-way thing, but when she does go for a more natural part, you can see how the roots grow in opposite directions. No biggie.
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A very elegant, blown-out cowlick.
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LiLo has to contend with one that lies along her widow's peak, but it just looks like a cool, zig-zaggy parting.
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Baby Blake Lively! With a baby cowlick! If you want to smooth yours out (no hate, people—just options), start with wet hair, and blow-dry in the direction you want it to fall. Once it's dry but still hot, bobby-pin it to your head and let cool.
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A supermodel with a cowlick. Hmm? Hmm? *makes finger guns*
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Well-managed. That is all.
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Of course Madonna's frame her face symmetrically. Of course.
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