THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2008
Emo Scene Hair Extensions
There seems to be a new style growing fast in popularity
with teenagers and students everywhere. They are the “Scene Kids” and they’re
rocking trendy new hairstyles which they’re calling Scene Hair. It’s something that’s come from the dark,
quirky “Emo” craze. Emo hairstyles have
been around for a good few years now, hacked off at the back with a long piece
at the front on both guys and girls, usually black or dark brown and with other
vibrant colours in various streaks. Now
though we’re seeing them become more and more original. It seems the way to
achieve Scene Hair is to cut your own hair short, backcomb it and then use just
two or three clip in hair extensions in the back for your length.
It’s being done as a grungy look and even as a pretty, girly
look, I’ve seen a few girls do it with their bleached blonde hair and with adding
a little bow in the top. There are also
some really cool prints out there, raccoon tail hair extensions also known as
coon tail hair extensions are quite popular, the section of hair is dyed in
stripes similar to that of a Racoon. HeadKandy
Hair Extensions stock ‘Dye it Yourself’ hair which can be used to create some
really amazing and original designs.
I’ve been looking at this style and have however been made
aware that apparently it’s not just a look, you have to have a certain sense of
style and individuality to be called a Scene Kid, so if you are thinking of
trying out this look remember to put your own funky twist on it, don’t just
look at someone else’s hair and copy it, as long as you backcomb and use clip
in extensions you’ve got it but add your own flare, maybe a coloured extension
or a sexy little headband or beautiful hair ornaments? Make it your own, stand
out from the crowd!
posted by HEADKANDY CLIP IN HAIR EXTENSIONS September 25, 2008 10:45
permalink Clip In Hair Extensions comments (3)
[ Posted by India, April 13, 2011 12:49 ]
How do you put the extentions in to look like the girl with the bleach blonde hair?
[ Posted by admin, April 14, 2011 2:22 ]
If you put lots of backcombing into your own hair first..then add some super straightened extensions and sweep the fringe over. It's should be quite easy to create this look :)
[ Posted by amber, June 17, 2011 10:40 ]
Ive tried this look and couldnt get it right? i have backcombed my own hair then add straght extensions but it doesnt come out right, what am i doing wrong?
[ Posted by admin, August 22, 2011 2:21 ]
Hi there! You may like to try a root crimper to help give you the root lift needed for this style. Wearing an additional quad weft or wearing the wefts slightly higher may also give you a volume boost :) If you're current hair style isn't quite right for this look then I would recommend having a consultation with your stylist who should be able to advise on the best cut ♥♥
[ Posted by admin, December 17, 2011 6:12 ]
Hi there! A full head set would be the best option for adding length and thickness to your scene hair style :) The HeadKandy full head sets start at 150grams for a 12-14" full head set up to 180grams for a 24-26" full head set ... you can check which length would be suitable for you by measuring downwards from the top of your ear :) xx
[ Posted by felicity, January 07, 2013 19:39 ]
Hey i have scene hair do u have to have extensions in it or can u die parts of ur hair bright colors?
[ Posted by admin, April 16, 2013 2:32 ]
All depends what type of look you are going for : )