Is there a softer or bouncier word than kerfuffle in the whole English language? The featheriness of the word is even more surprising when you think that kerfuffle means a commotion, which is rather a lumpy sort of thing.
If you're Scots you can use kerfuffle as a verb: you can kerfuffle something, which means to disarrange it.
Actually, let's borrow that usage for all the other sorts of English. It's too good to ignore.
Thing to do today: make a kerfuffle. Kerfuffle is from the Scots word curfuffle, from the Scottish Gaelic car, twist or turn, and fuffle to disarrange.
Go on - let the wind kerfuffle your hair!