Scene hairstyles are becoming more popular every day. The hairstyles are a way for guys to reflect their individuality and personality in their appearance. About the only real rule governing scene hairstyles for guys is that medium long hair is required to achieve the full look.
For some guys, this may mean a period of growing the hair out. For others, cutting a bit off may be in order. In any case, once the desired length is obtained, one can begin to style the hair in one of many different scene styles or create a completely new one.
To achieve the scene look, the hair is usually long enough to cover the entire face if combed in front of it. Many scene styles do involve allowing the hair to cover one eye. Others have the hair parted on the side and combed over.
Another aspect of scene hairstyles is often a spiky appearance. This is normally toward the back of the crown of the head, but can be anywhere. Achieving this look is simply a matter of applying styling gel or mousse to the hair and pulling up so that it stands in place in several different spots.
A final aspect of scene hairstyles that is catching on quickly is the use of hair dyes to create unique patterns of color within the hair. Most often, the hair is dyed black and then another color is applied to create one or more stripes or just a blob of color. Bright colors are the order of the day.
Any combination of the above aspects of scene hairstyles can be used to create a look that is unique to the individual. Expressing one’s individuality is, after all, the whole reason for adopting a scene or emo lifestyle.
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