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emokidd asked:

15 Apr 2013

Where should i go to get a cool scene haircuts?

scene style

i have hair to a bit past my shoulders

and i want the type of style where it has real choppy layers at the top but they get longer as my hair goes down

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addy

addy says:

Posted on 01 Jan 1970

Honestly, your best bet is to just hunt around for local haircut places. Most stylists have been trained in a varying array of trendy and \"in\" styles - and the \"scene\" look is pretty popular - you\'ll probably have to just describe what it is you want done or bring in/find a picture of what you\'re looking for.



My advice, though, is don\'t choose a place based on their price. Cheaper is NOT always better where hair is concerned and that\'s one lesson I learned the hard way. lol A lot of the cheaper places around my locality, I found out, are where apprentices and newbies fresh out of school come to gain experience... and trust me, you don\'t want an inexperienced person \"practicing\" on your hair with a haircut involving \"choppy layers\".



So look for a place local to you, but don\'t be ashamed to ask how long a particular person has been doing hair and if they have any experience in \"punk\", \"emo\", or \"scene\" looks - sometimes if you don\'t ask you\'ll never learn, and if the person doesn\'t even know what you\'re talking about... they probably won\'t know how to do that particular cut. lol



So in short - this is more a question you should ask the hair places themselves, but since hair can easily be cut shorter but sometimes takes a while to grow longer, I would suggest trying to find a stylist that\'s open to suggestion and won\'t just try to do their own thing or what they think is \"best\" for you - you know your hair and what you want more than anyone can, so don\'t be afraid to tell them exactly what you\'re looking for ahead of time.



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aboo

aboo says:

Posted on 01 Jan 1970

Coon tails, different colors.. choppy and use hair spray to poof your hair...make it big.

jessie_elisa

jessie_elisa says:

Posted on 16 Jan 2009

Try this,

xxuzedupbatteryxx

xxuzedupbatteryxx says:

Posted on 18 Jan 2009

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cutelilvero

cutelilvero says:

Posted on 12 Feb 2009

people fresh out of school should already have experience cutting other people's hair. if anything, they are the best people to go to because they know all the rules. as you get more experienced, you tend to slack off more. but it doesnt matter who does it as long as it comes out rite. The best thing for you to do is go to a salon with a picture of what you want. They should know what to do based off the picture. I should know... im currently attending cosmetology school and i've cut many peoples hair... from looking at the pictures below... i would say you want a blunt cut in the nape section and a graduated square layers in the rest of your hair. hope that helps. :)

tandomizi

tandomizi says:

Posted on 17 Mar 2009

just take a picture with you to get the haircut most anybody should know how to cut it. but somebody younger is going to be your best bet. the less time they look like they've been out of beauty school the more they probably know about cutting hair for the new trends and styles.8-)

xo_rawwr

xo_rawwr says:

Posted on 22 Jun 2009

Okay, I've tried taking a picture to the stylist, and unless your stylist actually does scene hair a lot, you're not going to get what you want. I suggest finding someone who cut their own scene hair. But, if you have problems doing that. They have magazines with hairstyles in them that they know exactly how to do. More and more scene hairstyles are appearing in them, so look around in them. I've found several hairstyles that I've scene scene girls flaunting in myspace pics, so they're probably your best bet. You can find them at any place that sells magazines and they're from $5-$10.

cheeeeeeelsea

cheeeeeeelsea says:

Posted on 18 Jul 2009

Layers are really popular so you should try something like this :D

cheeeeeeelsea

cheeeeeeelsea says:

Posted on 18 Jul 2009

Or this

cheeeeeeelsea

cheeeeeeelsea says:

Posted on 18 Jul 2009

Or this one

xxpandaxx

xxpandaxx says:

Posted on 26 Jul 2009

try this.

vampkisses

vampkisses says:

Posted on 14 Jul 2011

i agree with below!(:

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