Bangs are extremely important to the scene look! One huge benefit of the bangs is that it hides wrinkly foreheads. Wrinkly foreheads are not cute!
Example of good scene bangs:
Yeah, gross. I wasn't kidding. Luckily, we live in a world of second chances.
Here, you can see that I fixed one lucky gal's forehead problem:
Much better, right?
Another hurdle to pass when executing the perfect scene 'do is volume. Extreme volume is one defining feature of the scene queen quaff. Lack of volume often leads to a simply unflattering haircut.
A demonstration of ideal volume:
Okay, that was kind of an exaggeration. Lets try this again:
Alright, that's much more reasonable. Now, a couple of examples of serious volume deficiency:
One of the main benefits of the excessive volume is to create the illusion of a larger head-to-body ratio, causing the body to look more petite.
Below, is an example of unfortunate lack of volume combined with slight chubbiness (note: chubbiness is not a Scene Queen characteristic).
Since Scene Queens tend to be teens, an inherent quality they have is being thin (although thinner than the average fat a$$ American, mind you):
One sure fire way to expose your lack of scene dedication is to be overweight. Even an extra ten pounds automatically outs you as a poser (no pun intended):
Accessories are an important icing on the cake, if you will. Additionally, cupcakes are a favored accessory of the scene queen.