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A scene person is like emo, only brighter. everything *must* be about them. they tease their hair, normally spending hours on it and often spend nearly an hour on their eye makeup.

How to be scene:
– get your hair cut choppy and layered
– start wearing *tight* skinny jeans
– wear a lot of eyeliner
– wear many colorful braceletes
– tease your hair (make your head look fat)
– wear little girl bows (cuz their so cute. 😀 )
– wear tight tee shirts with band logo’s or such things as dinosaurs on the front. kids shows works just as well. ex: Ben 10.
– wear converse.

– you can wear a bright, multicolored jacket
– tutu’s fit in perfectly 🙂
– make strange facial expressions and hand movements (it’s just so much fun 😀 )
– be hyper
– take pictures from a down angle
– dying parts of your hair strange colors is good
– have a dark hair color, such as brown or black
– make sure your hair falls over part of your face!
– listen to bands such as Dot Dot Curve:) and Nickasaur!
-Be obsessed with Nightmare Before Christmas stuff and Gir

-More Detail about how to be Scene

Know what you’re expected to be. The genuine scene girl is often described by society to be very bold, over-confident, and at times random. Although you could aim to be the cute, shy scene girl.Be really nice to everyone you meet. Scene girls often come off as rude teens. Most people would be pleasantly surprised if a scene kid came up to them and was super nice, because most people immediately think that Scene kids are going to be arrogant and full of themselves because of the stereotype.People may confuse you to be emo but thats ok just correct them. Be sure you are very peppy sweet and happy. Dont act like you hate everything. Hating everything is Goth and Emo. Become active on social-networking websites. Start out with, of course, MySpace and/or Facebook.
Add as many people as you can on MySpace, but save your Facebook for people that you know personally. After that, then try branching out to other sites that tend to be “scene-popular”, such as Twitter, Stickam,, Buzznet,, and Model Mayhem.
Try sitemodeling. This is where you can “model” for different “agencies” run by other people, and it can earn you some major scene points. You can often find these sites as profiles on Facebook and Myspace. After a while, you can even go elite and apply for the elite agencies.Wear r flats like ballet shoes and even metallic/designer flats. Tutu like skirts are a must. Slip-on Vans are very popular among scene kids, as well as most other Vans. (Warning-wearing Vans too much if you aren’t a skater could result in you being called a poser.) You could also try some checkered or colorful shoe laces.
Skinny jeans. Dark ones such as black and torn are good, but things like bright neon colors, leopard, zebra or checkered are good too.
Tight fitting, graphic tees are a must! You have to have at least 3 of these. Anything with cute monsters, fun sayings or just cool stuff works. Don’t buy just black! Scene is a mix of black and neon colors. Wear any pattern you want. Animal print, checkers, plaid, stripes – anything that describes your personality.
Wear merchandise from places like Hello Kitty, Gloomy Bear, Care Bears, Elmo, etc. Brand tees are a must. Colorful skinny jeans, tutus, jean skirts, and Vans and Converse are awesome. Wear cool leggings with bold colors or stripes. Leg warmers too.
Wear bright random t-shirts with funky designs on them. Or you could go with the plain bold colour like red. Some very scene designs are: Alice in Wonderland, Stars, Hearts, Lightning, Skulls, Bats, Anything to do with bands or Childish stuff like ice creams and Lolly Pops.
Cartoon characters are very popular. Pokemon, Power Rangers, Keroppi, and especially Hello Kitty are big parts of Scene style. Printed T-shirts with cartoon characters or cute pictures on them are a must.
Get a gray hoodie, and wear it all the time with your hood up.
Pyramid stud belts, and classic white belts are good.
Huge sunglasses are a must, and the bigger the better. The newest edition to the scene girls sunnies are the old fashioned “cop” style sunnies (Ray-Ban Aviators). Horn-rimmed glasses with no lenses are super-popular in the Scene world, and they look super cute too!
Over-sized pearl necklaces or other long necklaces are a must. There are a number of ways you can wear them that will make you look like a mature young person.
Remember all those kiddish bracelets that you had when you were five? It’s time to dig them out from under your bed. Don’t wear too may though – you want people to see your arms.
Add a cute, simple background to your page (preferably something like Hello Kitty or a Victorian wallpaper), upload a few flattering pictures of yourself, make a playlist of some of your favorite music, and send friend requests to other scene kids. Having a catchy screenname, although totally optional, will also raise your scene-point quota.
YouTube is also an important part of social networking. Have an account and maybe make some videos on “How to Style Your Scene Hair,” etc. because they are becoming increasingly popular in the scene world and will increase your scene image. If you become more popular on YouTube, you could even start a video blog about anything you like. Clothes are very important, and you must dress the part in order to be successful in this venture.
Get piercings if you like. They are automatically considered scene. So go for it as piercings are very popular among the scene kids.
Septum, Monroe, Snakebites, Spiderbites, Angelbites and Browbreakers are acceptable piercings; since your ears will probably be hidden under your voluminous hair you can either wear big earrings or none at all. You can try pearl earrings for a dash of preppy style. Gauges are also popular among scene girls.
Wear bright eye makeup. Pink, purple, blue, green, and red would do just fine. Remember to use black/silver/blue eyeliner. The makeup can be plain black eyeliner depending on how scene you would like to be. Do not go to over board with your black cause you could come off as an emo. Just some eyeliner maybe a little thicker then usual is accepted. It is also scene to add a little design to your make-up, such as wings. There are loads of different colours of eyeshadow you could use, but black or bright neon are very scene. Although you can also go for the clean, pretty scene girl look with just lots of mascara and some pretty eyeshadow.
Get a new hairstyle, but keep it classy. The most important thing you should do with your hair is part it to the side, with bangs sweeping in front of your face instead. Little girl clips and dying your hair multiple colors are the classic style, but new styles are emerging, such as brunette Scene hair which I think is amazing! Also,you don’t have to have long hair to be scene just tease the top of your hair and put your bangs to the side.
Short, choppy layers are very scene.
The scene mullet is popular, and is seen sported primarily by Asian scene girls.
A hairstyle that is quickly becoming popular with scene kids is straight hair with bangs. It is very simple to do if you want something not too extreme. You want long straight hair, of any color, and bangs that go straight across your forehead hanging in front of your eyes some.
Try using a straightener. They sell for very cheap at really most stores like FredMeyer, Target, etc. Once you purchase one, straighten your hair so it doesn’t have any waves, and then make it look like it’s layered. Your bangs can either be off to the side, of hanging down straight over your eyes.
Another classic scene style that will not turn heads as fast, and therefore is more acceptable to sport around your parents and other non-scene people, is tying the back of your hair in a ponytail and allowing chunks of hair to fall down where your sideburns would be.
Slightly long hair with ultra layers and choppiness right at the ear, below the ear slightly, or above the ear is considered extreme scene.
If you want, you could clip in hair bows with bright colors, headbands with skulls or bows, or skull hair clips.