Friday, August 21, 2009

How To Style Scene Hair

FOR Girls

Short Hair

1. Get some awesome choppy layers cut into your hair. If it is curly, think about having it straightened! Getting it razored can also look very scene too.
2. Dye your hair black with streaks of other colors, such as bright pink or electric blue. As an alternative, you can keep your natural hair color and get some lowlights/highlights that complement your hairstyle. The most common hairstyle in the scene is either straight black, or blond with black underneath.
3. Grow out your fringe and pin it to the side with Kirby grips or bow clips during the process.
4. Mess up the back with a little hair serum or, if you want a more boyish look, use gel to get a wet look. You might put some porcupine spikes in the back, as a suggestion.
* Remember to lather, rinse, and repeat in the shower to get rid of all that gel!
5. Get extensions if you’d prefer to have long scene hair.

Mid-Length Hair

1. Layer your hair and get it razored. Brown or black with another color in the fringe or back looks great. Blonde with pink streaks in can also be very fetching.You can also get other colors like green or blue.
2. Use hairspray, and stay away from hair gel. Serum is okay, but use it in moderation. Use bow clips, ribbons — whatever suits you.
* Remember to have it poofed! In other words, you’ll be using lots of hairspray, and maybe a little backcombing.
* Keep in mind that you’ll be straightening your hair. Use a hot oil or similar hair treatment weekly, such as Aussie 3 minute miracle, to reduce damage from all the hairspray, straightening, and combing.
3. Use conditioner every time that you wash your hair.
4. Use heat protecting serums when you straighten!

Long Hair

1. Trim your split ends at least every six weeks. This will help to maintain a healthy look. Long hair is very easy to make scene, although it needs lots of TLC.
2. Use conditioner and shampoo tailored for your hair type. If you straighten/curl, use proper protection.Super Star by Bed Head is the best for volumizing your hair.put some in your wet hair and then blow dry,while blow drying push your shorter layers up and spritz a little bit of some Super Star hair spray to make your root stand up higher and finishing blow drying.
3. Brush your hair daily. Also comb gently to get rid of dead hairs. If you are considering getting it cut, get it razored and layer it.
4. Dye your hair peroxide blonde with the fringes black or brown. This combination looks great on long hair.
5. Accessorize! Kirby grips, bobby pins, bows, and ribbons look hot!

FOR Guys

Short Hair

1. Dye your hair black or blonde. Razor it, straighten it — whatever goes! The Oliver Sykes look is a good choice for short hair.
* Consider black with a long fringe and red streaks. It looks amazing on most guys!
* Avenged Sevenfold also has some groovy hairstyles. Check Out Johnny Christ or Zacky Vengeance and consider copying their gelled look.
2. Wash your hair thoroughly!

Mid-Length Hair

1. Dye your hair, if you wish. Generally speaking, any color goes with mid length.
2. Avoid using hair gel! It doesn’t look too great on medium hair.
3. Get your hair razored.
* You don’t need to use too over-the-top colors when dying your hair. Brown or black with blonde can look very good!

Long Hair

1. Do not dye your hair with over-the-top colors. Dying your hair with brown, black, or blond looks fine. You can even keep your original hair color if you like! Peroxide might suit you.
2. Understand that the key to long scene hair is simple TLC. Shampoo every other day, or every day, depending on your hair type.
3. Use conditioner and comb it through your hair when you shower. Try to let it dry naturally.
4. Get your split ends cut regularly.
5. Avoid layering your hair, as it doesn’t look too good. Consider getting your hair thinned out, if you do want a change.
6. Use heat protection sprays and serums liberally if you decide to straighten your hair!


* For both sexes reverse mullets are popular.
* Both sexes can get liberty spikes and Mohawks, but they tend to suit males more.
* All hair types suit being thinned out; it makes hair look less bushy!
* If you straighten, use proper protection sprays.
* Bows, bobby pins, and Kirby grips suit all girly hair types — even some male!
* Volume is key! Be careful for frizz.
* Almost all hair types can look scene just by being straightened. If you have curly hair, you can wash it, dry using a diffuser until slightly damp, and use a special gel or curling tongs to emphasize the curls.
* Don’t forget to have fun! Experiment with your hair — see what looks best!
* If you have dark hair and are concerned about damage from bleaching, then consider going black and getting colored hair extensions. You can make the cutest hairstyles and hair colors with extensions. They are a bit expensive if they are high quality. Do your research with hair extensions, and if you don’t like how they look, you can always take them out.
* Girls scene hair doesn’t have to be dyed if you do not want it to. it can be short get clip in extensions with coon stripes. and backcomb or tease your hair. the bigger the better . if you want to be original about it keep your current fringe , or no fringe in some case.


* A style might look ridiculous on you, but not on others. Don’t worry! Keep trying and the right style will come to you eventually!
* Don’t worry what people say; it’s good to be original!
* Never forget to wash your hair thoroughly on a regular basis! You’ll probably be using a lot of hairspray or other gel, which can be tough on your hair.
* Be careful with razoring hair, it’s very hard to maintain, and can ruin/destroy your hair.
* Damage: Dying/straightening your hair often will damage it. Don’t be afraid to go a while without.
* Be careful, if you have slow growing hair then it will suck bad if you get a haircut that doesn’t look good on you. If you are scared about a haircut not looking good on you, you can always visit a wig store to get an idea on how things will look on you.

Things You’ll Need

* Bobby Pins
* Kirby Grips
* Bow Clips
* Ribbons
* Tongs
* Hair Straightener
* Gel
* Serum
* Heat Protection Spray
* Comb
* Conditioner
* Shampoo
* Rounded Brush
* Hair Dye
* Mirror
* Hairspray
* Bows


Scene hair.. it's big, colorful, and really dramatic. From this
article, you'll learn how to get your hair looking scene.
Remember, originality is the key.

First of all, your hair needs to be completely straight. Use
your straightener to flatten out all of your curls or waves.

Root-lifting spray root-lifting spray toss your hair to one
side, then spray directly on your scalp the uplifting spray.
This will help keep your hair big. Spray this in the back and
on both sides.

Teasing comb teasing comb Next, use the teasing comb.
Hold out sections of hair away from your hair, then brush in
towards you with the comb. Do this around your whole head.
This is the major thing that makes your hair big.

Hair spray hair spray Now, hairspray your entire hair,
including your bangs, even though you should not tease
them. It is best if your have a part that is dramatically put to
one side. Apply the hairspray generously.

* While "the bigger the better", you don't want it
to look like an afro. Make sure the hair doesn't get
too tangled either.

* Find a good-quality hair spray that doesn't
make your hair feel crispy or make it look greasy.
Tresseme, Aveda, and Bed Head work very well.

* Make sure you have the right haircut to do this.
Very side-swept

* If you want color in your hair, straighten the
section you want colored, then bleach it, then apply
the color.

* Be careful while straightening your hair,
because doing it too much can burn and/or damage it.

* Avoid using Pantene! It's been found to be very
bad for your hair. You'll need to find a good shampoo
that will keep your hair moisturized and growing.


If scene hair suits your style, then it can be a great way to show your originality. To complete your scene look, you’ll need to know how to style your hair. Here’s how:

1. Decide on a style. Look online, or towards musicians whose hair you like. Decide exactly what hairstyle you want before beginning.
2. Get your hair cut. You can do it yourself, or go to a salon. If you do it yourself you’ll get a very unique style, but you do need to watch out for unevenness, especially in the back. Get choppy layers, or a razored cut with layers. Grow out your bangs to your chin, or at least to your cheeks before getting your hair cut. Bangs to the middle of your face, or down to your chin, are an essential part of this look. Taper the bangs so they only cover one eye.
3. Add color. With scene hair, anything goes. Black, blonde, pink or blue- choose a color and dye your hair. You can even dye streaks of other colors, the crazier the better. You can also dye the underside of your hair a different color. If you are changing the color drastically, go to a salon. If not, you can do it yourself.
4. Straighten it. Scene hair is straight. If you have curly hair, consider getting it straightened at the salon, or buy a hair straightener. After you brush your hair and dry it with a diffuser, straighten it and then brush it once again. Use a hair protection spray to keep the straightener from damaging your hair. Your hair should be as straight as you can get it to show off your scene style.
5. Style your hair. Use hair wax to separate the layers. Start about midway down the hair’s length, and pull out each layer with waxed fingers. Your hair will start to separate into layers. Use gel or hairspray to mess up the back, or make spikes. You can also tease your hair to add volume, especially in the short layers around the top of your hair. When you’re done, use hairspray to keep it in place.
6. Experiment! There are many different ways to get scene hair. Add accessories like bobby pins and ribbons, if you like. If you have shorter hair, you can get hair extensions in bright colors. This can be a great way to try out a new style without growing out your hair and dying it.
7. Take care of your hair. Straightening, combing, and hairspray damage your hair. Use a hot oil treatment or other conditioner to keep your hair from becoming damaged. Get a trim every 4 to 6 weeks.