Scene Hairstyles for Girls

05 May
Scene Hairstyles for Girls
A scene mullet is one of the popularly worn scene hairstyles. It consists of the hair being cut short in front, and left long at the back of the neck. The hair is cut in a very jagged manner, with choppy layers on the crown, the back of the neck, and also the sides. You can spike the hair on the top a little, to create volume on the crown. This hairdo is considered simple from front but wild from the back.

Asymmetrical Scene Hairstyle
This hairstyle relates to the hair being cut short on one side, with keeping hair on the other side long. You can wear this hairdo on hair of any length. However, if you are thinking about scene hairstyles for girls with medium hair, this hairdo is most appropriate. In an asymmetrical scene hairstyle, the hair is styled in an uneven manner with sweeps. Choppy layers are also important parts of an asymmetrical scene hairstyle. You can even include long or short, and bright-colored fringes to get a more scene look.

Scene Bob

This is one of the most commonly worn short and trendy hairstyles for girls. In this hairdo, the volume of hair is trimmed to chin level. The hair is cut short at the back of the neck, the sides, and on the crown; but is left longer at the front with fringes. Like in other scene haircuts, you would need to create a jagged look. You can even use molding wax to create volume on the crown.

Shy Scene Hairstyle
As the name suggests, this haircut is styled extremely close to the face, so that the choppy layers are positioned across the eyes and cheeks. Therefore, it hides some portion of the face. To create a shy scene hairstyle, you need to keep long fringes which sweep across either eye. The fringes should be made choppy. In the middle of the crown, you can trim few strands short, to increase the volume on the top or to have a spiky look.

These were few of the latest scene hairstyles for girls. When it comes to scene hairstyles, you can certainly experiment with colors, bangs, styles, and hair patterns to match the look you actually want

Scene Hairstyles for Girls
Scene Hairstyles for Girls
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Posted by on May 5, 2011 in Uncategorized


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