Cute Scene Hair For Teenagers

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Scene hair style is a trend hair style worldwide at the moment. This unique hairstyle is an alternative style from gothic style. Gothic style is dominated with black hair color and ash blonde hair color. Scene hairstyle is more playful as it is influenced not only by emo hardcore and punk culture but also by imaginative anime (Japanese animation) and harajuku style (Japanese sub culture).  The characteristic of cute scene hair is the choppy layer hair cut, eclectic hair colors, and thick swept bangs.

Cute scene hair has become a trend hairstyle for teenager or young adult because of the individuality in hair color and style also the use of the “scene’ to express self. The significant difference of gothic and scene is the effect of style where gothic shows scary and cold image in contrast scene purposes to show cute or playful images. Here are view tips how to make your very own cute scene hair:

Tips number 1. Cut your hair in scene style. The 3 basic rules of the scene hairs style are; choppy, layers and volume on top. Whether you have curly, wavy or straight hair, the idea is to create choppy layers with thick volume on top and bangs, then thin chopped hair at the bottom. If you want a very short hair cut, try spiky cut means long at the front and very short at the back so you can create Mohawk and spike with the bangs. Pixie hair cut is also acceptable as cute scene hair, as long as you put cute scene colors on it.

Tips number 2. Cool colors for cute scene hair. Scene hair colors have two basic colors, black and blonde. Most scene highlights and shades use cool colors such as ash blonde, platinum blonde, blonde pastels, eclectic colors or neon colors. If you want to look cute, best way to get best cute scene hair is to choose cute colors such as pastel pink, pastel greens, or basically any colors that you feel comfortable with.

Tips number 3.  Add some highlights. While you already have basic cute scene hair color, you may want to think to add highlights. Peek a boo and dip dye highlights are some typical highlights style for scene hairstyle. If you have a platinum blonde as your base hair color for example, dip dye your tips in contrast color such as neon pink, blue, purple or green will make you look very cute.   Do the same way to your fringe. A peek-a-boo highlight is adding secondary contrast colors to hair sections or underneath your basic hair color. Popular highlight combination is black and blonde, black and red, black and blue, blonde and neon colors, also red and blonde.

Tips number 4. Hair extension and non-permanent hair color. If you don’t like extreme hair color or permanent hair color, non permanent hair color and hair extension is part of scene hairstyle. Simply collect colorful hair extension to be added to your scene hair colors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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