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.
(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
(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 sh...
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,...
-Bandana around head/Flat-rim hat
-Shutter shades/Big sunglasses/Colourful shades.
-Bandana around neck/big jewerly around neck.
-Band shirts/Layered tank tops/girl shirts
-Skinny jeans of any colour.
-Multiple belts, at once.
They're a clever mix of emo and prep.
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 "norm...
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...
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 bla...