I want "scene hair" but I have a round face & medium length hair, what would be the best way...
to go to achieve that look? Thanks!! -Kelsey
The nice thing about scene hair is that there are not hard and fast rules, the main feature of the haircut is the side swept bangs and you will definitely want to make sure you have plenty of length for this style, if not you can always add hair extensions. Longer hair on the sides of your face will make you achieve a more narrow appearance and if you add layers and spike up the back, I think it would look really cool.
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