Scene kids are awesome. We don't admit to being scene but we totally are. We're hated by many for being who we are but we don't care. We always have a Myspace and have alliterative or rhyming names such as Shannon Passion, Victoria Vanity, or Brooke Burnout. Sometimes our names don't rhyme at all, such as Emily Suicide or Jenna Razor Blade. Our hair is very important to us. Mine is bra-strap length, dark and curly, with blue and pink streaks and long, thick blunt bangs that touch my eyelashes. Since my hair is curly I can't tease it, but if you work with curly hair right it can look amazingly scene. Of course if your hair is straight you can tease it the traditional scene-way and all that good stuff. Scene kids love to dye their hair and wear huge childish hair bows. Makeup is another thing that's important. My makeup is thick, black eyes and nude lips. The eyes are the main point so we don't play up our lips because we don't want anyone to be distracted from our gorgeous eyes. Some scene kids also wear rainbow eye makeup, but it's rather hard to pull off. Most scene kids are pale, but that's not to say that scene kids can't be of the darker skin tone too. My skin is like brown sugar, and I don't have the stereotypical straight hair, blue eyes and ghost-white skin. So anyone can be scene, if they want to. Scene kids also like to wear tight band tees and tees with random cute stuff on it like Hello Kitty. Dark-washed skinny jeans are an absolute must. Jeans simply cannot be light unless they're pure white. Neon skinny jeans and animal print ones are a plus too. Scene kids also wear dark washed minis with animal print or neon leggings underneath. If skinny jeans are destroyed, they also wear tights underneath. Hoodies can be any color, but the main ones are funky neon colors, pure black and pure white. Dark blues and plums are generally not seen on a scene kid. Accessories are wristbands, fake pearls, pyramid stud belts, Hello Kitty/Invader Zim/robot/random cute necklaces, simple hoop earrings or crazy outlandish ones, and tons of jelly bracelets. Scene kids also like piercings, although to be scene it's not mandatory. The most common ones are septum piercings and snakebites. Scene kids love cutesy things like Gloomy Bear, Hello Kitty, Invader Zim, Miffy, Happy Tree Friends, etc. Scene kids are very confident, threading the line of conceited. But who can blame us? We're gorgeous. Scene kids can also wear glasses, but they have to be thick, plastic frames in either black or white. Anything else just isn't scene enough. We always go to shows and post pictures from them on our Myspace. We like screamo bands, but we basically enjoy any music other than rap or country. Scene kids are either hxc or sxe. Hardcore = hxc and it means that you drink, do drugs, and engage in casual sex. Straight edge = sxe, and it means that you don't. (For the record, I am sxe.) Scene kids idolize our fellow scene queens such as Kiki Kannibal, Zui Suicide, Hannabeth and Audrey Kitching. We also love Jeffree Star and think Alex Evans is amazingly cute. We use lots of scene lingo such as "rawrr", "you are the sex", "that's golden", "that's radd", "that's stellar", "your clothes are so Vogue", etc. For shoes we wear Converse in assorted colors or cute ballet flats. We also like coontails, which you can either dye straight into your hair or get extensions. Oversized sunglasses in black or white are a must because they have an air of mystery and fame to them, which scene kids like. We always accept every single friend request we get on Myspace and strive to have the most friends. We're very goofy and fun, and contrary to popular belief, we don't cut, we're not depressed, and we're generally not openly rude to anyone. We are NOT emo, so do not call us that or else we'll get ultimately pissed. Most of us dream of becoming a model, photographer, or hair stylist. We're happy and fun-loving. Every scene kid is original. :]
Scene Kid: "Do you want to go see Hawthorne Heights tonight? I hear their performance is gonna be totally stellar."

Other Scene Kid: "That's golden. Let's go."

Scene Kid: "Okay, but I have to fix my hair and makeup first. Oh-em-gee, where did I put my Hello Kitty necklace?"

Other Scene Kid: "Your clothes are Vogue enough. You don't need that Hello Kitty Necklace. Now, that show is gonna be thasexx and I don't wanna miss it!"

Average Kid: "Ugh, what is it with scene kids?"

Both Scene Kids: *eyeroll* "You wouldn't understand." *dissolves into a sea of obnoxious giggles*
by Shannon Mannequin May 12, 2009
A bunch of people who have decided myspace is a game and created a life of childish fued's to entertain their narrowminded brains.

:]
"omg you scene kids need 145677887787787746746245465k friends to be in my vanity group k thx bye"
by taylorh February 04, 2007
before i begin...i've noticed alot of mean and sarcastic people writing definitions for what a scene kid is and even tho they have gotten alot of it right(i.e tight pants,hair,obsessions w/myspace and dinosaurs,etc...)they all seem to think that we(yes, i am a scene girl) are a big secret club of assholes.and although we do have a tendancy to be an exculsive bunch i cant help but wonder if all you people who are dissing us have been hurt by the fact that their local group of scenesters has rejected their attempt to be included as part of the group,therefore causing said asshole to type up these kinds of definitions (here and on myspace) in jelous rage.
also i'd think that they are the same types who put up anti-scene groups and probably some anti-emo groups because these individuals usually cant tell the difference.
ANYHOO...
scene boy:
(aka my typical boyfriend/friend/friends boyfriend)
-black hair including/not limited to a chunk of random color(usually blonde or red...sometimes blue)
-wears make-up(optional,but very hott)
-tight pants or gym shorts if into the hardcore scene as well
-must attend shows and is known at all local venues as a regular or as part of a band.
-tight shirts to show off sexy skinny-ness
-must date cute/pretty/sexy scene girl
-piercings are a plus

scene girl
(aka me/friends/friends girlfriends)
-choppy black/blonde hair
-into vintage and frequents goodwill or vintage stores
-cuts own hair and friends hair(or at least says that she does)
-cutoff jeans with or without patches on them
-animal prints,stripes and polka dots
-bows and ribbons and baby hair clips
-hearts and stars
-eyebrows pierced,ears,lips,nose or a marylin.any combination of each or just one.none is ok but rare
-dates scene boys.(or punk rockers/emo kids/hardcore boys)

both =
have myspaces.
have a very large music collection.
frequent shows/record stores.
have shopped at hottopic (even if they dont admit it).
use cute catch phraises.

typical IM convo between some scene kids
SaRaCORE_VIP: ohemgee...whos going to the hellogoodbye show 2nite?

TAraReXXX: i am ... duh, its gunna be rad!

BanGbanGedge: totally. meet you at the door a few hours early?

SaRaCORE_VIP: hopefully i can have my hair done by then. my hair straightiner broooookeeee=(

TAraReXXX:*gasps*OH NO!
by katrina_keroscene October 02, 2006
Scene kids are usually and almost always teenagers who have very specific interests. Scene kids like the latest things in fashion, music, and pop culture. For example, Hello Kitty is a huge favorite for scene girls. scene boys usually like Pokemon, Dinosuars, Gloomy Bear, and other childish things. But all scene kids, no matter what gender, enjoy these things. As for music, scene kids like most Electronic or Techno, Rock, Hardcore Rock, sometimes Indie, and occasionally Hip-Hop. But you won't see scene kids listening to Hip-Hop artists like Eminem or Missy Elliot. Jeffree Star and Scene Kidz are more of their hip-hop. The bands that scene kids listen to are usually underground and not very popular. Some bands they like are::: Dance Gavin Dance, Jeffree Star, Electric Valentine, Glamour For Better, Scene Kidz, Hawthorne Heights.
The scene fashion should NOT be confused with Emo!!!
Girls::: Tight, colorful jeans, neon or brightly colored clothes featuring bands or Hello Kitty, large jewelry, jelly bracelets, funky colored Vans or Converse, high heels are sometimes okay, headbands, Terry Cloth wristbands, leggings, and large earings. Everything should be big and bright! As for make-up, use lots of color. Eyeliner is a must, sometimes girls like to form "cat eyes" with the eyeliner. Eye shadow is also helpful. Lip gloss is exceptional.
Boys::: Skinny/slim fit jeans are a must, neon colored shirts are perfect, shirts with Dinosaurs and Pokemon are good, band tees, belts should be bright too, Terry Cloth Wristbands, jelly bracelets, Vans are popular amongst the guys, LARGE SUNGLASSES!!!
You can find these items at Hot Topic, Urban Outfitters, and Journeys.

Hair can vary. A popular style for girls is long hair on the side, short in the back, and puffy on top. Color is almost a necesity. Pink, blue, yellow, purple, or multi-colored are good colors for streaks.
Boys haircuts tend to clone that of Emo. But not always! Fo-hawks have become popular as well. A Fo-hawk is a haircut featuring short in the back and front, and the top is mooshed together like a mohawk but shorter. Boys hair can also be colored or bleached blonde or jet black. It doesn't always have to be in your face.

Scene kids tend to be more positively oriented than Emo kids who are more emotional. Scene kids are usually obnoxious, hyper, sarcastic, but friendly. However, scene girls tend to be sorta bitchy towards other scene girls. :D
Scene kids actually have goals in life. Many scene kids want to persue in careers such as Hair Dresser, Fashion Designer, Graphic Designer, Magazine Writer, Model, Photographer, or anything creative.

Scene kids love the internet, like Myspace and Facebook. They also enjoy taking pictures of themselves. Pictures are usually taken from greater heights or at abstract angles to give strong effects.

Overall, Scene kids should not be mixed with Emo kids since they are very different.
YAY SCENE KIDSSS!!!!
"Scene" is a word used today to describe a sub-culture in society including people known as Scene Kids.
by Erik Balthene May 17, 2008
-Emo styled hair/ Fauxhawk
-Bandana around head/Flat-rim hat
-Shutter shades/Big sunglasses/Colourful shades.
-Bandana around neck/big jewerly around neck.
-Lip piercings
-Band shirts/Layered tank tops/girl shirts
-Skinny jeans of any colour.
-Multiple belts, at once.
-Converse/Vans/flats

They're a clever mix of emo and prep.
Scene kids are fun!
Weeeeeee
by The Halifax scene kid October 05, 2008
These days, anything can be classified as "scene". Scene kids often get called emo or posers. Most scene kids tend to hang out in the city with their other scene friends. Most scene kids have myspace, and have myspace fame from it. A lot of them get noticed by others from myspace. Scene kids with a lot of friends tend to be better looking and can get away with wearing anything. Most scene boys wear tight skinny jeans, of any colour with t shirts, usually of local screamo bands. Scene girls wear clothes that don't match, but they still look good. They like to wear a log of leggings and bows in their hair. They like to have cute little childish t shirts as well. Scene kids hair is usually cut by themselves, or a very expensive hair dresser. Most of the time, their hair will be black with sometimes patches of neon colours. Usually, if their hair is not black, it's bleached to the palest colour you could possibly get.

Scene girls never leave the house without make up and wear a lot of eye makeup. Piercings are another big thing with scene kids. A lot of them have their septums and snakebites done. Scene boys sometimes have very small stretchers in their ears. Scene kids like to hang out at the shops and at gigs and concerts. They hang out in large groups of at least 7 or something. A lot of scene kids have Jeffree Star, Hello Kitty and Oliver Sykes on their profiles.

In conclusion, anyone that doesn't fit the criteria of "normal" is scene, emo, gothic or whatever.
conversation of some scene kids:

"omg are you AnnaATROCITY from myspace?"
"yehhh I am."
"well I'm JosieJURASSIC from myspace!"
"oh my god. *hugs*"
by lolz0rzjjdjdjdjd April 03, 2007
A true scene kid is a boy or girl who wears whatever they want without caring.

A typical scene kid is a boy or girl who finds a style on the internet of a popular bebo, myspace, or facebook, and occasionally Vampire Freaks, that they like, and copies that style either completely or in parts.

A true scene kid has a hairstyle that is pretty crazy, and is like this so they can express themselves. True scene kids usually cut their own hair, because it's no fun expressing yourself when someone else cuts your hair.

A typical scene kid (girl) hair long hair with short layers at the top, and no layers underneath the top half. These layers are usually backcombed until they stand out from the head. This is usually to attract attention.

True scene kids don't set out to be hated, they go about their lives, and pick up a few haters along the way who dislike them because of their appearence and views on things.

Typical scene kids are deliberately controversial to get 'famous' on the internet.

This is a generalisation. Do not take all of this too seriously.

Most scene kids are called emo by chavs who do not understand that most emos are said to not wear much colour, whereas scene kids supposedly wear obscene amounts of neon coloured clothing.

True scene kids will never say they are scene.

Dont knock true scene kids. They won't do you any harm unless you start something.
scene kid
scene girls include kiki kannibal, audrey kitching, dakota rose and several others.

scene boys are people like jeffrey star etcetera.
by dont stereotype yourself ! June 09, 2009
A male or female who dresses in the scene fashion.
They look like noone in any picture that has been posted, mostly it seems that the photo feature has been used to help poser kids feel better about themselves.
In actuality, scene has developed to encompass many different styles and denominations. There's the scene queens, who wear nearly anything to make themselves look original, from tutus and metal-band shirts to ripped fishnets and tiny shorts, often boots and oversized shirts as dresses. There's also what I call the street version scene girls, who lean toward tight jeans and Funsteps. However, hair and makeup is alike across the board. It's nearly always straightened, very teased in the back, choppy, and often multicolored. The basic color is normally black or peroxide blond, but streaks are promoted, and a select few do manage to pull off the natural browns- but for the most part it doesn't happen. Piercings are also promoted within the scene community, normally facial. Makeup is either incredibly well-done neons or dark blacks. The real scene girls are nearly always gorgeous, with large eyes accentuated by the intense makeup. For the males, the scene kings usually wear tall spikes that stick straight up in the back, with bangs and makeup. They will be wearing tight jeans, occasionally cowboy boots or something similarly ironic. The street version of the scene male is tight jeans, straightened black hair, occasionally with blond streaks, and sometimes also wearing the spikes. Makeup is unlikely but possible. Despite popular belief, not every scene kid is gay or bi. Many girls are known for being particularly bitchy and self-obsessed, the boys for being arrogant and vain, none of which seems to be able to subtract from the obsession that teens are growing with this new fad. Eventually, the scene will fade out of the popular eye, and the new jacks will pass to the next trend, making scene truly alternative again.
I saw this scene kid walking down the street the other day, I swear his hair was taller than he was.
by commonsense. August 30, 2008

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