How to do scene hair with long layers?
For thin hair: Ok, you need LOADS of wax (or gel, but I think wax works better and you can avoid that nasty look of hair that has way too much gel), and you’re going to put the wax on the very top layers of your hair. Some scene kids just let their hair have that generic poofy quality that is achievable with wax, and just let the excess hair fall down naturally, while others go that extra step and try and give their hair dimension. They do this by manipulating their hair to go forward. So when they put wax in at their roots, and before its totally set and dry, use a hair dryer to move the hair towards the front of the head, so they have that 80’s puff and the windblown look. You also might want to get your friend to help you out by putting some hair spray in immediately. FOR THICKER HAIR: Nix the whole wax thing. For thicker hair you’re going to have to tease your hair. First you need to section it off after its been straightened and tie your top layer back. Start picking up stands of