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Scene Style is Still Fashionable

Scene Style is Still Fashionable

Despite the general ignorance about Scene styles, scene fashion and scene hairstyles and the common misconceptions between scene and emo, scenesters are rapidly gaining popularity on the radar of youngsters fashion. In fact, more and more boys and girls have started accepting that scene style is extremely fashionable. Scene styles, scene fashion and scene cultures are relatively newer than emo fashion and emo culture. Nevertheless, scene styles are better poised to rule the hearts of young boys and girls.

Most of the scene haircuts and hairstyles, scene clothes and scene fashion are versatile and diverse. There are large varieties of short, medium and long scene hairstyles, which can work well on almost very type of face shape and facial structures. With trendy scene hair dyes and bright colored highlights, scene haircuts and hairstyles remain as one of the most preferred choices among kids and youngsters. Many people say that scene style is still fashionable. Well, it was, it is still and it will remain fashionable even after couple of years.

Scene Style is Still Fashionable

Popular Scene Boys Hair

Popular Scene Boys Hair

If you feel that popular scene boys hair fashion display traditional cuts and styles with long bangs and black dye, you are probably mistaken. Out there on the scenesters crowd, you can notice couple of newer and cool trends in the haircuts and hairstyles worn by scene boys. Don't be surprised if you spot popular scene boys showing off bowl haircut styles, side-parted bangs, spiked cuts, mohawks, cool flip styles and many other hippest hairstyles with trendy hair dye and bright highlights.

You should look out on some of the popular hair blogs such as our blog to find out the latest trends in popular scene boys hairstyles. We update our blog with the latest pictures displaying popular scene boys haircuts and hairstyles. We also have couple of images displaying popular scene celebrities who often set the latest trends in the scene boys hairstyles. Inspired by popular scene boys haircut and hairstyles, many youngsters are trying out scene-type haircuts and hairstyles.

Pete Wentz Hairstyles

Pete Wentz Hairstyles

Pete Wentz, 30, is an American musician, lyricist, music video director who is well known for his work with the Chicago based music band “Fall Out Boy”. Besides, Pete is also known for his programs and performances on MTV. Pete Wentz is famous for his trademark jagged cuts and razor cut hairstyles. Apart from his jagged haircuts, Pete Wentz often goes for funked-up and messy hairstyles that look identical to emo boys hairstyles.

Super rock-star Pete Wentz is never afraid of changing his haircuts and hairstyles and that is why he can be spotted with new hairstyles whenever he performs on the stage. Pete Wentz has also tried out some of the bold and messy haircuts that are commonly worn by emo or scene boys. Pete Wentz often pulls off Short textured shags with two-toned highlights and in different variations. You can check out on this site the latest pictures showing some of the hippest and coolest Pete Wentz hairstyles.

Pete Wentz Hairstyles

Elizabeth Swann Tutorial - The Instructions

The hairstyles in period dramas can be amazingly inspirational, and there's no better accessory for a historical ensemble than the perfect hairstyle.  I hope these instructions will be helpful!

Alright, to get started, part your hair from ear to ear, curving up towards the middle.

Next you're going to part the back into 3 sections and secure them.

We're going to curl the front first - this adds volume and helps hold the 'pouf'.  Curl the first section rolling towards the back of the head, holding the hair straight out on the sides, and straight up along the top.

After releasing the curl, roll it back up…

…and pin it close to the scalp.

Repeat for the second section, curling hair towards the front.

Voila!  Leaving the curls pinned while they cool (also known as 'setting') will help the hair to hold the body and volume.

Now we're going to curl each back section the same way.

Make sure you're always rolling the curls upward.

On the las section on the left side, keep out a strand of hair for the ringlet, and curl as shown.  Pin like you did with the rest of the hair.

There you go!

A head full of curls.

Now unpin the front section - see how the curls hold their shape?

Tease the hair with a fine-tooth comb, letting the hair slip through your fingers as you back comb.

Here's what it should look like.  Spray after you're done.

Continue around the sides, until the whole front section is teased.

Bunch and roll the top back section, leaving plenty of hair in the front.

Roll it like this, and pin in place - you only need a few pins, don't over do it!

Now smooth the middle front section and pull gently over the pinned pouf.

Front view.

Repeat until the whole front is pinned smoothly.  You can spray and smooth it now, but we'll do a touch up later.

Now we're going to unpin the back hair.

First we'll curl the short ends leftover from the pouf. Curl towards the back and pin.

Grab a section from the right side and curl under, pinning in place to set.

Now unpin the ringlet section, and secure.

Continue around the head, rolling bottom curls upwards.  Roll left side curl inward.

Now we're going to unpin the curls again, smooth them with a bristle brush, and pin them in position, starting with the short ends from the pouf.  We want this curls to cover the pins that are holding the pouf in place.

Clip the upper part of the back section up out of the way, and tease the back hair a little, spraying when finished.

Now gather all the bottom section together, and twist towards the right side, like a french twist.

Secure with a few pins.  Now rearrange the short ends left over from the twist, and pin in place.

Finishing touches:  Tweak all the curls to your liking, re-curl your ringlet, and use a tiny curling iron to tame all those wispys!

Lovely, my dear!

A view from the top……

……and you're done!*

*White shades optional