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22 Apr 1989

I am an aspiring model that likes to keep up with the latest trends. I am 20 yrs old and really into fashion.

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wldchry8 asked:

05 May 2009

girls whats with the scene look? lets break free and be different! no more blending in!

I want to reach out to every young girl that thinks the scene look is the new hot ticket. I think we need to break free of this and be more sleek and smoth which flatters every face shape! so how bout it lets break free of this unbearable trend thats 2 years ago and go with whats now and what defines us.....

If your fun and flirty then try a fun and flirty hair style

If you edgy and firece then try that

but lets stay with classy!



wldchry8 says:

Posted on 05 May 2009

it is like emo with all that dark mak up and extreme layered hair...


ctl888 says:

Posted on 05 May 2009

Haha! I did not know what 'scene' was till recently. I had to google it! I was wondering what the difference btw scene, emo, goth, and punk. The funny thing was no one here could tell me the diff. I am not sure if this look is suppose to be like another depressed rocker look? Donno. I never follow just one set style. I just dress what ever I feel that day.


diemannequin says:

Posted on 05 May 2009

your telling everyone to get sleek smooth hair isn't that conformist as well? the whole point of fashion is to get everyone to conform and wear. I don't think anyone is really "unique" with their style. Sad but true.


dreamincolor says:

Posted on 05 May 2009

What's to say that a scene hairstyle can't be "fun and flirty"? You are implying that people should let go of a trend that you feel is getting old, and attach themselves to a new hair trend. How is moving on to a new "genre" of hairstyle going to define a person any better than scene hair? In most cases all scene hair has its own style, although there are some similiarities, and if everyone suddenly just changes their look to the hairstyles you are suggesting they would still blend in because everyone's hair would still be similar!


tandomizi says:

Posted on 05 May 2009

Where I live there's not really any actual scenes.

because no one is actually truly brave enough to go completely scene.

its really just a look to get attention and it works.


zorak81 says:

Posted on 06 May 2009

It's a trend like all others. In the worldwide catwalks we do see what we're going to love in the next season. To the youth, some can see what they'll love to use in other people they find cool. Nothing more normal. Just because it's a little predominant at the community it doesn't mean all teenagers use, though. It's not fair neither right or possible to change someone's tastes.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 06 May 2009

what are you taking about 2yrs ago lol

this is like 80's old mom hair lol except more color

but i do remember some rockers with added pink and blue lol

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