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sarah_skullie asked:

05 Aug 2010

Hey guys I’m like African bt live in the uk I wanna to get a scene style like front bangs

And my sew in extentions are like jet black

So i need help finding hairstyles thankyoo x




nana_0601 says:

Posted on 05 Aug 2010

I don't believe scene style has specific bangs, just styled with choppy layers or side swept, or blunt if you really want them to come out the way you want go to a hair salon with pictures of how you want the fringe and they should cut it accordingly. Since scene isn't really my forte or my style, i wish you luck. =]


gosupermodel_is_back says:

Posted on 06 Aug 2010

1Hair: If you want your hair to be as manageable as possible, you should invest in a 'kiddie' perm. The perm will straighten your hair.

2Afterwards, take a rattail comb, (try not to use a brush unless you're most comfortable with that), and comb the front of your hair (from your crown) so it falls into your face or to the side, so it looks like a side bang (if you dont have one). Make sure you've got a good amount of hair (not too much so you don't have any hair in the back and not to little so when you go outside it flows everywhere in the wind). Now, put a clip in it to hold it (and make you look super kawaii [a.k.a cute]).

3Another cute scene style that is acceptable around your friends/family is putting your hair into a low ponytail, and letting your bang [of course] and random chunks of hair fall down where your sideburns should be.

If you want front bangs do the same thing but instead of moving your hair to the side, just brush it down your face and find a length that you like and snip snip. Also add a hairclip or headband of your liking. Make sure your hair is dry when you cut it, or your bangs may end up really short!

4Makeup: Simple. Just wear some eyeliner (preferably darker), mascara (optional), and some foundation (if you've got some blemishes or acne/zits). You should do brighter and bolder eyeshadows. A sheer white, and things of that nature, would just look odd. Remember it all depends on your skin tone.

5Clothes/Accessories: Skinny Jeans are a must. Also if you have any graphic tees [tee shirts with words or pictures on them] wear them!. Some major scene characters to wear on your shirt are Hello Kitty, Gloomy Bear, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and basically any wacky looking things. If you don't feel like wearing skinny jeans and you want to wear leggings, do not wear tutus. If you want to wear pantyhose, they must be designed and you have to wear an oversized tee. For shoes, wear converse, vans, or flats. Nike dunks are also becoming popular. Boots are becoming popular in scenestyle also. A long pearl necklace wrapped around two or three times if you feel for it. Bracelets and rings are also cute.


One or two hair clips are good. DON'T GO OVER THAT AMOUNT (unless you can really pull it off without looking like a five year old). Remember: less is more.

Don't wear hairspray or gel! It will kill your hair. If anything, just use grease. If you really must use hairspray for a special occasion (pics, shows, etc), be sure to use a really good creamy conditioner for a while before to get your hair nice, or do some hot oil treatments before and after. if you also straighten your hair, this is especially important.

Get inspired! there are many black scene girls. Like, Maryy Massacre and Alexis Horror. Get Inspired and make it you're own. But don't copy, You'll be called a poser.

Start slowly with clothes and makeup. First off, you will be called a poser. Don't start too quickly because (especially) if you have parents from another country, they'll be all "WTF?" and start complaining about your new look. Remember: Start slow.

Don't throw away your old friends with your new look if you start gaining new ones.

Make sure you're changing for you, not because it's the new trend.


vampkisses says:

Posted on 06 Aug 2010

like nana said, just lots of choppy layers and teasing it do the job


gosupermodel_is_back says:

Posted on 06 Aug 2010

that was step by step on how to be a cool scene girl if you're african :) and you look gorgeous in the pick


nana_0601 says:

Posted on 06 Aug 2010

SUPER KAWAII?!?! what. is. this. When did scene become the new gyaru and start using words like "super kawaii" @[email protected] who even uses the word super kawaii :/ other than gwen stefani and her japanese influence (which wasn't all that good...) and weeaboos. really D: I bet even gwen spoke better and more fluent japanese the the writers of this article, who really irked me with that >.< since ?????????????????(i've actually took effort to learn the language) .....scene kids....i remember what made me choose not to be one XD.

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