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Hair stylist used a term for my hair/head which I didnt know 0 0
Hair stylist used a term for my hair/head which I didnt know
03-30-2016, 01:24 PM
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Hair stylist used a term for my hair/head which I didnt know
Hopefully someone can answer this, I was getting a haircut the other day, very simple one. I just get it buzzed down to about 1/2" remaining on the top and 1/3" on the sides. I was saying usually theres a spot on the front left of my hair where it wants to not comb the way I try to get it (when its longer). She mentioned some word then which I didnt quite catch, some hair stylist term I had never heard before, something like "thats because your head has a lot of..." and it sounded like she said "colonics" lol, the thing where you get enemas for fun I suppose, to 'cleanse' yourself. But that was not the word. Something similar to that, Im fairly sure it started with a C. Connollys, calicks, something like this. I googled and all I could find was "cowlicks" which means your hair changes directions on your head in some spots, making it hard to comb. But the word she said had no W sound like in cowlicks. So it was most definitely something else. I was going to go back to it and ask her what she said but the conversation went on and I forgot until I was headed home. Now its been bothering me, what my head could possibly have (Im assuming its not a good thing, whatever it is), which is making it difficult to comb sometimes.

Anyway heres hoping someone on a forum like this might know what term she used.
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