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. (>_<)
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