For girls, scene hair is very, very choppy, usually dyed black with one or two thick random blonde chunks. It's perfectly straight all the time, with bangs that cover one or both eyes. VERY, VERY volumous, with a lot of product used, such as certain shampoos, hair wax, mousses, and sprays. Cute little plastic hairclips, bows, or headbands with polkadots are worn in the hair(and usually don't serve any purpose besides being cute.)
For boys, scene hair is about 2.5 to 3 inches long in the back, and about chin-length in the front. It is usually dyed black with a chunk of blonde or kool-aid red, with the bangs hanging in front of the eyes. The back is spiked up, while the bangs are perfectly straight. Fauxhawks are also considered scene for both boys and girls alike. bandannas can be worn around the head as well, not serving any purpose besides the certain "look" it creates.
scene boys are so hott. yummmy.
Well, for girls, I guess my hair could be an example of scene hair. It's dyed blue-black, extremely volumous, perfectly straight, with very, very choppy layers. My bangs hang in front of my left eye, and i'm currently (^_^) wearing a bright yellow plastic bow on the right side.
Fcuk all you haters. (>_<)
The coolest, most dark and mysterious group of kids in high school. Scene kids are totally unique because:more...
1.) Music. their musical tastes are totally deeper than yours. scene kids don't just listen to chiodos and underoath anymore, they now enjoy lil' wayne and girl talk!
2.) Haircuts. their haircuts are omg fab, held together by super strength hair wax, hair spray, or sometimes gel (all in mass amounts). the preferred styling method is to put a shitload of wax on the back of their head before bedtime, making it super messy and xcore (WARNING: this causes scenester-pillowcase syndrome). When they wake up for high school, they then apply massive amounts of product in the front to make it flat and pushed all in one direction. the great thing about scene haircuts: they're unisex!
3.) Hair Dye. along with the cool do's, scenesters also are totally individuals and non-conformists because of their hair dye patterns. in order to be truly scene, your hair must consist of 2 or more colors, one of them being a hue that doesn't occur in nature. Black is chosen by most as their naturally-occurring color, the other may be blue, bloodfrommywrists-red, green, or my personal favorite, purple (makes me think of grape jolly ranchers!)
4.) Piercings. emo/scene kids love 'em, mostly in places they'll regret when they are 25 and in the job market. Sorry xhatemylifex, but you'll never get hired with 3 nose piercings, 4 lip piercings, and an eyebrow ring. not even at starbucks.
Usually seen at local Metal, Emo, Hardcore, and even ska(?) shows. Have overly dramatic haircuts, the most popular one being the "chicken butt". Tight form-fitting pants, too much make-up, and little-boy clothes can be a clue. Dinosaurs, robots, pink guns, and the words "bang-bang" are a DEAD giveaway. Usually try to whore it up with guys in bands.
Seen EVERYWHERE on myspace, taking pictures of themselves using "the angles".
That bitch with the Chicken Butt hair and the dinosaur purse that is sucking Calvin's dick is a scene queen. Damn, fuck that hoe. Fuck man lets mosh!
Camo shorts, Band T-shirts, swooping haircuts. Bought everything new to look a certain way, they dress that way to be part of the scene and their look has not evolved from the scene. Unbelievably fake- but still real people- they want to do what they do , what is everyones problem?
Scene Kids are People who go to shows but who don't believe in the scene itself.
(1) obnoxiously trendy scene kid with bangs that cover his or her eyes
(2) ob"scene" individual with ridiculously cut and teased hair
i guess Whiskey Bar is the new place to be; there were so many haircuts making out with whitebelts last Thursday it wasn't even worth the $1 wells.
Someone in touch with music/fashion/style/etc that exceeds the norm of any particular person at one point in time. Due to overuse of the internet and myspace at large, the idea of being "scene" has become synonomous with being "emo" or "hXc." Keep in mind, people who catagorize themselves under one of these are obviously not scene, because they are not creative enough to exemplify themselves from the social constructs of the stereotype they tried so hard to not develope by being "scene" in the first place. Those who abuse some so called "scene" lingo are not scene, because as any TRUE scene kid knows, scene lingo itself cannot exist or be catagorized itself...the lingo is so incredibly ahead of the curve that truly only the speaker alone is clear on the meaning and its relation to "the scene."more...
In more recent attempts to define the "scene," many have begun to dabble into the fashion of "the scene." It's a common misconception that scene kids wear thousands of bracelets, have choppy black haircuts, abuse eye make-up, and wear Converse shoes. Anyone scene enough to know understands completely that these things are merely a fad perpetuated by people attempting to force their way into the scene lifestyle, and thus, do not do it. The true scenester wears shoes you've never seen before, possibly something they purchased out of a store while vacationing in the UK or Italy with their family, which is probably accompanied with an ensemble unlike those seen on the pages of myspace...
scene kids are a bunch of really cool kids.
my friends all say i'm scene.
and i know we're easy to make fun of.
so go ahead.
we're not depressed.
we don't cut ourselves.
we don't drink or smoke or do anything bad.
you can find us on myspace.
we're easy to stereotype.
dinosaurs ;; ambulances ;; robots ;; OHMYYY!!!
scene guys wear girl pants, sweaters, blazers, and tight shirts.
scene girls wear little girl clothes like bows and old tshirts.
GIRLS&GUYS both wear chucks and have the same haircuts.
omgosh swoopy bangs.
sometimes we go to shows and slamdance.
unfortunately, people are beginning to know what scene means.
and it's going to be ruined like emo.
OH. and we punctuate a lot.
in case you hadn't noticed.
p.s. we also pretend we're gangsters sometimes.
and talk all gangster-like, FOOS.
scene kids; haha. we're so scene. look at our bangs. they all look the same.
prep; look. it's scene kids. i'm wearing a fall out boy shirt. oh my goodness gracious. i'm so scene.
scene kids; what what. fall out boy is n00b.
prep; they have the same haircuts as you. wtf.
scene kids; whatevsss. we're peacing.