Scene Hairstyles

Short Layered Scene Hairstyles for Brown Hair

Short Layered Scene Hairstyles for Brown Hair

The big, teased scene hairstyles of today often come in exaggerated...

How to Get Scene Hair Without Cutting

How to Get Scene Hair Without Cutting

The breakout look for teens is scene hair, often referred to as "emo"...

How do I Make Homemade Scene Hair Bows?

How do I Make Homemade Scene Hair Bows?

A hair bow is to emo fashion what eyeliner is to goths. Sure, an emo...

How to Do Scene Hair

How to Do Scene Hair

Scene hair, the dramatic cousin of the omnipresent "emo" type of heavily...

Scene Hairstyles Articles

How to Backcomb for the Scene Look

How to Backcomb for the Scene Look

Scene hair is all the rage, with bright dyes, choppy cuts and huge volume making waves in the fashion world. Big volume is almost a necessity in the scene look, and the taller your hair, the louder your hair screams “it’s all about...

What Is a Volumetric Haircut?

What Is a Volumetric Haircut?

You certainly don't want limp hair that hangs lifelessly around the face, but you also don't want to spend hours styling your hair to give it volume. Surely you have better things to do. Fortunately, getting great volume may be more about the...

How to Get Puffy Scene Hair With Really Straight Hair

How to Get Puffy Scene Hair With Really Straight Hair

Alternative music cultures like scene thrive on shock-value fashions, adopting some of the exaggerated looks associated with indie and punk. Scene hair is no exception. It is often teased high, creating the appearance of a full, voluminous head of...

Blue & Green Scene Hairstyles

Blue & Green Scene Hairstyles

Scene fashion is made up of a set of traditional hair, makeup and styling techniques, but creating your own slight, personal variations on the styles is also part of the tradition. This can include jazzing up the typical black and blonde scene...

Which Scene Hair Is Best for Thick Hair?

Which Scene Hair Is Best for Thick Hair?

Don’t worry yourself over having thick hair if you're a scene girl, because it’s a blessing in disguise. Some girls spend hours teasing and fluffing their hair to make their tresses look thick, but nature already did half the work for...

Short Layered Scene Hairstyles for Brown Hair

Short Layered Scene Hairstyles for Brown Hair

The big, teased scene hairstyles of today often come in exaggerated lengths and vivid contrasting colors, but not every scene kid wants to dye her hair bold or bleach it platinum blond. A brunette might need to keep conservative hair options for...

Cute Things to Do With Scene Hair

Cute Things to Do With Scene Hair

Girls rockin’ scene hair know the look -- it’s trendy, edgy and over-the-top hot. Scene or “emo” styles tend to evolve, but you’ll know them when you see them by the colors, characteristic fringe in front and...

Scene Hairstyles Natural Colors

Scene Hairstyles Natural Colors

Emo enthusiasts love their platinum 'dos with fuchsia streaks, and Goth girls favor basic black, but rocking a scene hairstyle is more about attitude than color. Stick to your natural color -- be it dirty blonde, sizzling auburn or dark brown --...

Scene Shag Hairstyles

Scene Shag Hairstyles

Why settle for blah hair when you hit the clubs? A scene shag hairstyle channels icons such as The Ramones and Kristen Stewart. Give your look rock 'n' roll style by dyeing it black or fuchsia and messing it up with gel, mud, wax or mousse. A...

Things to Do With Layered Scene Hair

Things to Do With Layered Scene Hair

So you got your layered cut and want to hit the clubs, but you want to stand out amid the funky and freaky fashions at the hot places. Left to its own devices, a layered cut can look positively pert and preppy. Punk up your hairstyle by edging it,...

How Should I Cut My Hair for a Scene Hairstyle?

How Should I Cut My Hair for a Scene Hairstyle?

Those pert pixie cuts and blah bobs don't make it in the world of scene fashion. If you want to cut your hair into a scene hairstyle, be open to experimentation and take some risks. Start with different cutting tools and move on to mixing up...

Scene Haircuts Without the Teased Hair

Scene Haircuts Without the Teased Hair

Scene hairstyles are known for being big, choppy, gutsy and inspired by the 1980s. Many of the hairstyles take a good hour (at least) to recreate because of the time it takes to dry, straighten, tease, fluff and spike the hair. If you don’t...

Cute Scene Hairstyles Kind of Like a Bob

Cute Scene Hairstyles Kind of Like a Bob

While a classic bob is too utilitarian to stand out at the club or concert, modified or messed-up bobs make the grade. Employ different cutting tools and styling products to create scene hair, and style your look with permanent color, temporary...

Scene Mullet Hairstyles

Scene Mullet Hairstyles

Although the mullet is known as a hair fashion don't in the mainstream, scene kids have taken this retro style to fresh, new levels and turned it right back around into trendy. The old mullet look is characterized by a short, cropped style in the...

Hairstyles for Long Scene Hair

Hairstyles for Long Scene Hair

Long hair is the best type to work with to create a scene style. Most scene looks center around super-straight hair, but you can rock cool long layers or deconstructed looks with wavy and curly hair as well. For stand-out style, attitude and...

Scene Bob Hairstyles

Scene Bob Hairstyles

The bob hairstyle has come a long way since its heyday in the 1920s. Now days, everyone from celebrities to scene kids rock modified bobs. These updated bob hairstyles may feature jagged layers, cool color experiments or cutting-edge styling...

Midlength Scene Hairstyles

Midlength Scene Hairstyles

Scene hair has an edgy, punk rock look reminiscent of a 1980s mullet and its variations. Scene girls with midlength hair adorn shaggy tresses with a bow of any size on the side of head. If a kid sister’s bow is not available, you can use a...

What Is a Scene Hairstyle?

What Is a Scene Hairstyle?

Overgrown bangs, tousled extra-long extensions and a splash of sassy color are the essential mix for a basic scene hairstyle. Scene fashion evolved from the emo look, and although the overall style is constantly changing, the basic elements of a...

Scene Bang Hairstyles

Scene Bang Hairstyles

To achieve an authentic scene — or emo, short for "emotional" or really melodramatic and edgy — style, the most important feature is the bangs. Dramatic, sideswept bangs swooping across your forehead and covering the eye on...

Scene Chick Hairstyles

Scene Chick Hairstyles

Originating out of the United Kingdom, scene hair for girls is like emo meets Hello Kitty. Chick scene hairstyles are big, choppy and usually include the addition of a brightly colored bow, giving you a good excuse to hold onto your childhood...

Cool Scene Hairstyles

Cool Scene Hairstyles

Cool scene hairstyles vary by the moment, but they typically feature volume. Amp up ordinary hair by using mousse or a light spray gel while swooping your hair from one side over the top and to the opposite side. Even women with short hair can get...

Blond Scene Hairstyles

Blond Scene Hairstyles

Being a scene kid puts you right on the cusp of emo. But if you're not the type to bang your head to screamo music, perhaps the "scenic" route is the one you should take after all. You basically get all the perks of looking like an emotionally...

What Are Scene Haircuts?

What Are Scene Haircuts?

In the '70s it was punk rockers, in the '90s it was grunge and emo, and now in the new millennium a youth culture movement that focuses on music and a specific style is called "scene." If you're looking for something different to do with...

How to: Curly Scene Hair

How to: Curly Scene Hair

"Scene hair" is the name given to the types of long hairstyles worn as part of the scene fashion genre. Scene hair is big and fluffy but typically done with straight locks. However, if you've got a penchant for curly styles, you can give your...

How to Get Scene Hair Without Teasing

How to Get Scene Hair Without Teasing

When it comes to scene hair, it's all about big body and lift. The more volume you get, the better. Most girls use teasing -- also commonly referred to as backcombing -- to get that va-va-voom volume in their hair. It's easy and it works great,...

How to Get Scene Hair Without Cutting

How to Get Scene Hair Without Cutting

The breakout look for teens is scene hair, often referred to as "emo" hair. Scene hair involves lots of top volume, bold colors, teasing and playful barrettes or bows paired with a bedheaded, brow-sweeping bang. These spunky styles can be...

How do I Make Homemade Scene Hair Bows?

How do I Make Homemade Scene Hair Bows?

A hair bow is to emo fashion what eyeliner is to goths. Sure, an emo chick can pull off "the look" without a flashy bow, but it's way more fun to amp up your style with some serious accessories. And what better way to accent that deep black -- or...

How to Do Scene Hair

How to Do Scene Hair

Scene hair, the dramatic cousin of the omnipresent "emo" type of heavily styled hair so often seen on the young and young-at-heart, can take a lot of work to get right. Like other subculture styles, the heavy emphasis on DIY and originality makes...

How to Wear Scene Headbands

How to Wear Scene Headbands

The scene style is all about being different and setting your own trends. Although straight, colorful hair is a common look in this genre, daring scene queens don't follow fashion rules. Mix it up with accessories you like, from jewelry to...

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