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SCENE QUEENS® – NeonDizzyKitty

April 25, 2013 in April 2013 Articles, April 2013 SQ Models

We all know that if you are different, then you are judged. Scene
Queens are called Queens for a reason because we lead. Even through
all the hate-filled stares we get, and like myself some looked down on
by family. But in the end, We were the ones who dared to be different.
Who can judge us for that? When they didn’t have what it takes to be
separate from the rest. All Scene Queens are different but we are all
alike too, And we continue to grow and support each other. Anyone can
be a Scene Queen! Laugh at anyone who tells you otherwise, And make a
huge Scene.








SCENE QUEENS® – Ani Deirdre

April 22, 2013 in April 2013 Articles


The Scene style is a very colorful and beautiful style for example:

-Converse (Low or High Top) or vans
– Brightly Colored Shirts in Prints such as Zebra, Cheetah, or other
Animal Prints
– Lots of thick liquid eyeliner, usually in the cat eye style
Usually like band such as “The Devil Wears Prada” or “Alice in
– Dye their hair a lot
– Most have a lip piercing or snake bites and gauges
– Multicolored hair with many layers that is teased in the back
– Wear Shirts with Transformers, Food and Pokemon ect
and Bone Straight hair

Sydney Roberts – How to keep your scene hair healthy!

April 9, 2013 in April 2013 Articles


How to keep your scene hair healthy!:)
You should wash your hair on a daily basis! This keeps all of the oil and other dirt and germs out. Instead of just scratching your head when you have shampoo and conditioner in, try taking the palm of your hand and massage the soap in. Never sleep with your hair up! This causes it to break off. Make sure you choose the shampoo and conditioner that are right for you! And also, remember to always trim it every six weeks, so that it will continue to grow, and you won’t get split ends.

Sian Quinn – How to put false eyelashes on

April 9, 2013 in April 2013 Articles


how to put false eyelashes on?
If the lashes are too long for your personal taste, then consider trimming the individual lashes down to achieve a more natural look. Lashes should be longer toward the outer corner of the eye.

Squeeze a thin line of lash glue onto the back of your non-dominant hand. Now, gently run the outer seam of the eyelash strip along it. Allow the glue to dry for a moment before applying it to your lashes.

Place the strip on your eyelid, positioning it as close as possible to your natural lashes. Bring the strip down from above rather than coming in from the front to ensure that you get as close as possible to your lashline.[1]

Allow the glue to dry naturally. Once the strip is in place, let go and allow the glue to dry on its own; you do not need to press on it or hold it down for long.

Apply mascara to your lashes. This will help blend your natural lashes with the false ones, achieving a more natural look. You can use black, brown, or dark gray mascara.

Apply liquid eyeliner along your upper lids. Be sure to fill in any gaps between the false lashes and your own to make them look more natural. Use black, brown, or dark gray liner.

Use makeup remover to remove false lashes. Dip a q-tip in eye makeup remover and gently rub it along your lash line. Allow the remover to sit for a minute or so, and then gently pull off the strip.

Alex Attached – How To Dye Your Hair Purple With Kool-Aid

April 9, 2013 in April 2013 Articles


How To Dye Your Hair Purple With Kool-Aid

First, you’ll need to go to the store and pick up a package of purple koolaid. I think one packet is enough for most people’s hair if you are only doing the tips.
Then, you’ll need to get a dark-colored plastic cup that nobody cares about. The reason is because you don’t want to stain a perfectly good light-colored cup.
Next, fill the cup with warm water. It needs to be warm so your hair will accept the dye more readily.
Pour the whole grape koolaid packet into the cup of warm water and stir.
Dip the ends of your hair into the cup. It’s best if only people with long hair do this or you may strain your neck. You can always stack books on a table to elevate the cup more, but you’ll need to be really careful. You don’t want to spill this stuff because it stains everything.
I left my hair dipped in the cup for 30 minutes. Judging on my results, you can leave it in for shorter or longer if you want.
Lastly, take the cup with you to a sink (be careful to walk slowly and don’t spill it). Now rinse your hair out with water. You don’t need to shampoo or conditioner your hair. This will cause the color to fade. In fact, try not to wash your hair for the next 24 hours. Just rinse all of the koolaid out with water. Take a dark-colored cloth and dry your hair ends. Let your hair dry.

XPandahKittyX – How to Make Your Own Toner!

April 9, 2013 in April 2013 Articles



How to Make Your Own Toner!
Hello there. This is the steps you take to make your own toner. Toner is used to get out the orange brassy tones in your hair after you bleach it.

Things You Will Need:
Purple Hair Dye
Hair Conditioner
Mixing Object
Bowl or Container

Step one: Put some of the hair conditioner into your container

Step two: Put in a small amount of the purple hair dye

Step three: Mix these two things together

You will end up with a very light purple mixture, but don’t worry. Your hair shouldn’t turn purple unless you leave in on there for a long time.

Thanks for reading my article and I hope your hair turns out great!! <3 ~XPandahKittyX

Crow Storming – How To Dye Your Hair Rainbow

April 9, 2013 in April 2013 Articles


How To Dye Your Hair Rainbow
You will need:Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Indigo and Violet hair dye.
1.If necessary, bleach hair to platinum blonde.
2.Separate hair into 1×1 inch sections using hair ties.
3.Apply color with a highlighting wand or just use your fingers. Avoid mixing colors.
4.leave on 30 minutes-three hours, applying heat every so often.
5.Rinse out, avoiding letting colors bleed together. Apply conditioner.
6.Dry and enjoy the mix of colors!

Zee the zombie – How to do leopard print hair

April 9, 2013 in April 2013 Articles


How to do leopard print hair
Things you will need:
>hair bleach
>three shades of dye (light, medium, and dark)
>q tips
>paper plate
>dye bowl
>tint brush
Step 1: section off an area of hair
Step 2: mix bleach in dye bowl and apply to the hair with your tint brush letting the bleach sit at the hair shaft for 20 mins and at roots for 10 mins then rinse
Step 3: put your 3 hair colors on a paper plate
Step 4: cover entire hair section roots to ends with lightest shade
Step 5: take a q tip and make circles with the medium shade and apply in random places
Step 6: take a different q tip and apply darkest shade around the medium creating a think semi circle border
Step 7: allow to sit for 30 mins then rinse the hair but DO NOT scrub the hair

April Anarchy – How to make a Kandi bracelet

April 9, 2013 in April 2013 Articles


Kandi is becoming a fad in the world of people like us. I’ve been noticing it on alot of the most popular “scene queens” out there.ive been making kandi for awhile and I trade it with my friends and random strangers . I make alot of kandi cuffs and necklaces and a few masks but today ill be telling you how to make a kandi single.

What is kandi?- Kandi is an accessory that ravers wear and trade with eachother , this types of ravers are called kandi kids. They trade there kandi with the other ravers to symbolize P.L.U.R ( peace love unity respect) Kandi can be anything you want and you can put anything on your kandi for a charm. Like last week I put a Pokemon card on mine. There’s all sorts of wacky and snazzy things people use.

You’ll need: beads . 30 is the normal amount on one bracelet. You can use any color pattern you like. And then you’ll need elastic string. I get the “Bead n’ Stretch ” brand . You’ll need scissors and your fingers too c:

Step one : cut a sizable amount of string . You’ll want a good length being as you’ll want alot left to tie it successfully .

2: start putting your beads on . And if you have a charm put that on first. You’ll need Atleast 25 to 30 beads depending how big your wrists as creative with the color of the beads as possible!

3 after you finish putting on your beads tie it! Remember ,YOULL NEED ALOT OF EXCESS STRING TO TIE IT PROPERLY. Take one end of the string and pull it through a bead and make sure it’s tied over a bead or else the knot will pull out whenever it’s stretched.

4 tie a good knot . Make sure to tie it Atleast 3 times and pull it really really hard. Like a radical kind of hard.

5. Wear it and trade with your friends! Get as diffrent and original with your kandi as possible. You can find alot of tutorials on YouTube c:

Ps: goodluck! -April Anarchy