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08 Oct 1995

Hey there, I'm Melanie. I'm 14 n entering High School this autumn. Yeah, It's kinda scary...and I want to make the perfect first impression, so that's why I want a COMPLETE make-over! I found this site while browsing Google for curly scene hair (because I am completely in love with scene hair, but I More saduisahduiash dsau

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antiqueshark asked:

09 Jun 2010

Any suggestions for curly scene hair??

I have pretty tight curls, it takes me over two hours to straighten my hair, and even with that it only lasts me about 30 minutes until it frizzes out.

I love the scene look, and I was wondering if I would be able to do it with my kind of hair without having to straighten it?? I've googled "curly scene hair", but the results I get are all girls with WAVY hair, not curly...

Help me out?? (:



lorii_grace says:

Posted on 09 Jun 2010

you can do some crazy with your hair... sort of like lady gaga does. or you can just have hangover hair.. like ke$ha. :P but that's more grungey.

and if you can piece together the rest of the look .. your hair won't matter AS MUCH.


wendysdaughter says:

Posted on 09 Jun 2010

I have seen girls strighten the botom layer of their hair. It look pretty cool. Or you could scruch your hair after you shower and straighten your bangs.


gosupermodel_is_back says:

Posted on 09 Jun 2010

Since most hot scene styles are created with straight hair, curly haired girls usually straighten their hair. However, if you use a straightener too much, it will damage your hair. Even if you straighten it most of the time, it's probably a good idea to leave it curly at least one day a week. Getting your hair chemically straightened isn't a good idea. It doesn't last forever and is extremely damaging. You can make your curly hair super cute!

1Wash your hair. Use a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner since, curly hair tends to get dry, especially if you are using a lot of heat styling

2Scrunch your hair and part it to the side. Use a small amount of watered down hair gel (mix the gel with water) or spray gel, then hairspray it up until you know it will hold your curls in. You can also use a leave-in conditioner before-hand to cut some of the crunch from the gel and keep your hair from frizzing. (Curly hair frizzes when it needs moisture.)

Although scrunched, air-dried hair works well, you might want to blow dry if you're in a hurry. You must have a diffuser if you do not want a cloud of frizz. While blow drying, place a section of hair in the bowl and press the bowl to your head. Then turn on the "warm" setting of your blow dryer. Press the cool shot if your head gets too hot. Make sure to turn off the air before you take it away from your head as well. Blow drying like this minimizes frizz.

3.Get some side bangs and straighten them when you wear your hair down. Some scene hairstyles have even bangs that go across the forehead, but if you have curly hair, you want "side tapering bangs". When your hair is curly, pin your bangs to the side with a bow, a butterfly clip, or some other clip.

4Tease the roots of your hair with a fine toothed comb. This will add more flair to your hairstyle.

4Color it up! Think of a cute color that would compliment your skin tone. Think colors of the rainbow! Red, blue, purple, yellow, orange, etc. Get creative with that. If you have dark hair and don't want to bleach it, look into colored hair extensions.

6Consider headbands and other clips. It's cute and not very expensive to buy plain hair things and decorate them with random objects. Get creative! Go into the fabrics/craft section of a store and add things like buttons, zipper pulls, ribbons, etc

7Take it slow and experiment. When getting your hair cut, be careful. Take it slow. Maybe start off with some layers, if that works out, then go back and get some more cuts and colors. Take it slow until you love it.

8Wear you hair up every once in a while. This way you wont have to style or damage it at all. Streak it, put it in a ponytail, and clip back your bangs

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