'scene' hair tutorial ✖ by Alex ✖ - Musely
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'scene' hair tutorial ✖

posted in Beauty > Hair
  • This is a good example of a scene hairstyle
    This is a good example of a scene hairstyle
  • You'll need :

    • a hair dryer

    • a hair brush

    • a hair straightener


    • you might want to get the haircut before attempting this style. In a nutshell, this hairstyle will require short, choppy layers, and a side fringe. You'll need to have your fringe parted a little further over to whatever side your part is on to get the side-swept bangs.

  • First -

    The first thing you'll want to do is get all of your hair completely wet. ( I recommend taking a shower, but simply wetting all of your hair works just as well )

    Second -

    With wet hair, you'll need to blow dry it. Dry the bangs first by parting your hair over to whichever side suits you best and dry it in place.

    What I do, is I'll hold my bangs in place either using my hand or bobby pins, and then dry it completely.

    Once that us over, simply dry the rest of your hair as you usually would.


  • Third -

    After your hair is dried, you must straighten it. If you are happy without your hair straightened, that's fine, but I recommend straightening it.

    Just straighten your hair as you usually would. If you prefer not to back comb or tease it in the end, then you can get volume by slightly curving the flat iron up towards the ceiling for a little bit of volume.

    Straightening your bangs is an option. I prefer not to, just to give them a fluffier look.


  • Fourth -

    Back combing or teasing is your option.

    To tease your hair, simply take sections of your top layers and brush a comb in and up and down motion, and then gently brush over the top so it doesn't look knotted.

    To back comb, you'll take sections of your top layers and simply brush down and then out, repeating until you feel you've done enough. Then, you need to brush over the top.

    And then that's it!

    Note - you should always use heat protection. ALWAYS.

    Also, if your hair doesn't come out the way you wanted it to, don't be worried. Your hair needs to adjust.


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