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ashleymarieee asked:

22 Jan 2011

How do i look like a scene girl?

ive always wanted to look like scene girl but i dont know how to do so???



chuty_x says:

Posted on 23 Jan 2011

You can look on google images and have a look at pics and probs get an idea from them...


skyeex3 says:

Posted on 23 Jan 2011

Tease your hair, layer it..
Do scene type make-up ( Look on youtube on how to do it )


xotacosauce says:

Posted on 12 Sep 2011

get a side fringe, get choppy layers or a razor cut, dye your hair, wear a lot of makeup, dress in band shirts, skinny jeans, hoodies, and vans or any other shoe you think is 'scene.' if you're wiling to, get a cut short choppy bob hairstyle and add extensions. that's how you would get the thin ends look most likely. listen to alternative and screamo.. and most of all, express yourself. scene is about being an individual, so do what you want.


manicpixie says:

Posted on 17 Jan 2012

Band tees, skinny jeans, straight-leg jeans, and either flats, Nike Dunks, Airwalks, Vans, or Converse for shoes. (Avoid the super hi-tops. A cute baby animal dies every time someone wears those god-awful things.) Ugg boots and Ugg-style boots look good during the winter, and you can't go wrong with work boots/Docs. Also go for graphic tees with cartoon characters/cartoony looking drawings. Scene is usually associated with Gloomy Bear, Pokemon, old '80s cartoons, Hello Kitty, and Invader Zim. Don't limit yourself to those. You can wear other stuff as well.

Accessorize with bright colors, but don't go overboard. Make sure the colors match as well. Because Scene embraces neon, it looks well if it's matched. Rubber bracelets are popular right now, but the basic jelly bracelets are fine too.

You can also make beaded bracelet with elastic cord (NOT the plastic-y stuff! It's a pain in the ass to work with) and plastic pony beads, which you can get at any JoAnn's or Michael's store. Just remember, they are associated with the rave scene. You can still wear it without being a poser if you're NOT a raver, but it's good to know they're associated with raves all the same. If you want to add something extra to the beaded jewelry, go to your nearest Sanrio store or Dollar Tree and pick up some plush keychains. Remove the chain part, string your cord through the loop on top of the plushie, and start beading like normal.
Belts are usually studded. You can have black studded belts, white studded belts, or a regular black studded belt with multi-color studs.

Scene makeup tends to be black liner, either in a cat eye style or with neon shadow; fake lashes, and mascara. The eyes are emphasized. Blush can be used on the cheeks, and lips are nude, pink, or peach-colored. Never do skin-tone lips (putting concealer on the lips) because it looks strange. Never work out or swim in your makeup.

Good stores to check out: Old Navy, Sally's, Hot Topic, Spencer's, Goodwill, Buffalo Exchange, consignment stores/secondhand stores, JC Penny (check out their Junior's section), Claire's and Icing, DEB, Forever 21, Nordstrom, Payless, Walmart, Walgreens, etc.

Be careful with teasing your hair because it can cause damage. Never straighten every day because that damages it as well. Straighten every other day if you need to touch up, and at the least once a week. Wash and deep condition once a week. (Deep conditioning can be done at home.) I am adding a picture of what your hair looks like when it's teased.

You'll have noticed I put Goodwill. It may not be an appealing store to everyone, but I still recommend it if you are on a budget or if your parents aren't up for buying expensive stuff from certain stores. I've found name-brand clothes for like seven bucks here, and once I found Banana Republic skinny jeans for thirteen dollars. It takes some looking, but it's worth it. Buffalo Exchange is also secondhand, but it's more trendy. (It's also a little more pricey because it's trendy.)
Nordstrom has great quality makeup. I highly recommend their gel eyeliner. Walmart and Walgreens has good makeup as well, and it's inexpensive.

Some Scene girls are ravers, so I decided to include a pic of one so as to show what the beaded bracelets ("Candy"/"Kandi") looks like.

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