I believe that the most important part of any scene hair tutorial, is to first evaluate all the different scene hair styles that exist out there in order to allow you to pick which one suits you the most, and there is no reason why this one would be any different. Many people seem to think that there is only short scene hair for girls and guys and trust me when I say that this couldn’t be further from the truth. So, bear with me and I shall show you how many different scene hair styles I can come up with in a single post session. Well, I may need to do a follow up on the matter, since there are so many to get them all at once, but that’s a different point.
I have to begin with short scene hair since it does happen to be one of the most dominant scene hair styles. You can either cut your hair short, or if they are already short, then you would just need to shape them up. Short hair styles include, but are not limited to, wavy and choppy haircuts. You can choose to ask your stylist for a choppy scene hair cut or you can even try to do it yourself. If you decide on the latter, then I would recommend checking out our guide on how to do scene hair because you need to keep some basic ideas in mind.
Now let’s move on to long scene hair styles. If you hair is short, then you can still go for such a hair style by getting some scene hair extensions. These come in many different colors in order to allow for your creativity to go wild. Just remember, that in order to do one of those long scene hair styles, you would need to mix at least two different colors. Otherwise, you could just end up with a common hair due that has nothing special or scene about it. The two most popular colors when it comes to long scene hair styles, are black and blonde and that’s for a very good reason. We want to show as much diversity in our hair and using a very dark and a very bright color will have that effect.
Last but not least, we get to medium scene hair. Medium, for the purposes of scene hair styles, basically includes a mix of long and short hair, commonly referred to as bangs. To get the best effect, I would recommend coloring each bang with a different color.
Remember, you should only use my recommendations if you like them, because scene hairstyles are meant to be unique and personalized to the wearer. I have my own opinions and you have yours, so don’t be afraid to experiment. Just try to make the best use of every creative aspect of your mind and you won’t be disappointed because the person that you are trying to please is none but yourself! Each person should have their own unique style and scene hair styles allow for as much creativity as you can gather!