There are now picture editing apps that can tone you up, slim you down, smooth your skin, and tousle your hair.
Recoil in horror as he allows The View ladies to tousle his formidable mane!
tousle may come as a visitor sometimes; and you may come always, Milly, if you'll be jolly and not tell secrets.
Roy would slap him on the shoulder and tousle his hair, but he would ask Tom's advice—and take it.
He's got a mane like yours before it was cut off, Essie—all in a tousle.
Yet there looked little to pity in this jolly, rocking lad with the tousle of light hair and fresh, rosy countenance.
"pull roughly, disorder, dishevel," mid-15c., frequentative of -tousen "handle or push about roughly," from Old English *tusian, from Proto-Germanic *tus- (cf. Frisian tusen, Old High German erzusen, German zausen "to tug, pull, dishevel"); related to tease.