Are you sure?

Comfirm Cancel


Or Login using BecomeGorgeous


Please fill the form below and follow the further instructions.

By registering, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions.
We will not sell, rent or give your email to anyone so don't worry about spam.

Password Recovery

You are about to receive a email from us please make sure to check your spam or junk folder and add our email to your contact list.

Thank you!

kalie smith




23 Apr 1993

  • 384 Rank

  • 117 Points


kabug423 asked:

09 Apr 2009

scene hair not rly working out..HELP!

okay so i have the choppy layers and the stright hair and the bangs for scene hair, but when i try to back-comb it, usually it doesn`t stay all day in school, it just sorta flattens out..i hairspray it like hell and even so it flattens out could someone help me with products or something..

Ps.i don`t want my hair to feel greasy at ALL from the products!



moemoe says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2009

Frankly you'll have to use.. a lot of hairspray. My best technique is to part your hair into two sections (The long layers underneath and the choppy on top) I back comb the bottom layer (only a bit) by taking sections (about and inch wide), back combing then spraying with maximum hold hairspray (I use shockwaves for UK, but I don't think it really matters as long as it holds good!) Then once I've done that bottom layer, as I put down the choppy short layers on top it is a little poofy. Then I get to work on the top in the same way! This holds my hair for quite some time, but for it to last all day.. well I don't think it will, you'll have to keep re-doing it. Try using some volume booster shampoos and/or products to thicken your hair and I also use a root boosting gel which makes your hair poofy too. This is how I do (or did, I ditched the look a while ago!) my scene hair, it's not everyone's technique! Good luck xx


rosa says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2009

Have you tried useing root boost aswell as backcombing? And blow drying your hair upside down helps aswell. Most scene hair is actually a very short hair cut, with exstenstions, so the whole of the hair is backcombed - usually. Using a hair dryer over the hair spray may also help, but damage your hair, straighting over hairspary will defiantly work, but depends if your going for that thick fluffy look, or backcombed where you get your hair to stand up on end.


georgie_babbs says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2009

I'd say use ALOT of hairspray

Your hairspray might not be that good.. So get an Extra extra hold onee (:

Make sure you spray the roots before back combing/teasing aswell (:



ihavenoideawhyijointhissite says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2009

Change your hairspray brand/


aylay says:

Posted on 10 Apr 2009

Mouse helps too. Try Aussie volumizing mousse... I hear it works miracles. :]

Okay, slight exaggeration, but you get the idea!


x_elena says:

Posted on 10 Apr 2009

Heres a really really good way of teasing ur hair for all day..i've answered this question like soo many times, i wrote it in this thing on my computer, and all i've got to do is copy and paste it:P

Step1 Separate a strand of hair about 1 to 2 inches wide at the crown of the head, and comb it to make sure it is smooth and tangle-free.

Step2 Comb the section straight up and then forward to about a 145-degree angle. Hold it taut while you work.

Step3 Use the rat-tail comb or teasing brush to back-comb the hair near the root area. Comb down 3 to 4 inches lightly and quickly, about three times. This is enough to give the hair lift and won't damage the hair.

Step4 Spritz the back-combed section of hair with hair spray, and let it fall forward over the face. Continue to section and back-comb the hair until the entire area is completed.

Step5 Flip the hair back and brush the top of the hair into place very carefully. Use the tail of the rat-tail comb or teasing brush to lift the back-combed area, pushing up lightly with your hands.

Step6 Spray the completed hairdo to help keep it in place... but in your case, it wont stay, so... spray like 4 times as much as u noramaly would.


hope i helped:)



miyuyon says:

Posted on 10 Apr 2009

I agree with the method below my post,teasing it the key.


gbpkid says:

Posted on 11 Apr 2009

you have to tease it with a hairbrush/comb/teasingcomb, just take a section,"tease" or backbrush it, and then spray the section. also your problem with "hairspraying it like hell" may make it heavy and so it wont stay up cos its wet and heavy cos of the hairspray - which can then lead to the dreaded flickyflicky hair which wont go down cos its hairsprayed so much.. and also hurts to brush out. Lol :) xx


ihavenoideawhyijointhissite says:

Posted on 11 Apr 2009

shes an expert -below-

Login To Answer