When you see teenagers nowadays and the way they dress, you almost can see a variety of fashion influences from all over the world. Whether it is a glamorous life or a rip-off outfit from a magazine, you also can not miss the population growth of certain “special” group of people – the fans of emo (short for emotional) scene. Emo fashion has truly become a casual scene on the streets. Defined by their skinny jeans, thick eyeliners, dark framed eyeglasses, hand cuffs, cardigans, barrettes, a pair or two of Converse all star low top canvas, the list could go on and on. The bottom line is – the emo scene has arrived and has brought a different flavor and style it.
Another distinct look and definitely one not to be missed would be the emo hairstyles for teens. Stereotypical emo fashion mean greasy hair days but say no more! Nowadays, emo fashion has grown even awareness of fashion divas and the divas themselves has also tried to check out the emo flair and fashion. With its popularity sky rocketing, even young girls can not help but adopt this distinct emo look. Following the trend will always be the norm and these gals would be more than happy to try out the style far from the normal EMO sub-culture that has long been introduced to society.
As for the hair style, either a long or short – one thing is for sure, razor blades, one side bangs leads the way. Another emo hairstyle would be the type where you dye your hair to a richer, darker shade of color. Ordinary color black (brunette), deep red, auburn or even black with the stripes of pink will do the trick. Of course, blondes also have a say in styling and giving a new meaning to the emo hairstyle but bear in mind that the more natural and more clearly visible, the better. Anything further than that is not considered emo anymore.
There are many popular variations of this style; requires styling and sometimes a personalized touch to crown the look. Teenage girls prefer the shaggy hairstyle or as they call it, emo shag. It still carries the basic element of sporting the straight one sided bangs. For those who are not yet ready to give up their beloved locks, layered look can be a good start, smooth. Now in order to add pizzazz to their new emo hairstyles, most gals spend a lot on hair products. It is, in order for them to achieve their desired look for the day – which could capture their mood for the day.
Furthermore, men have a lot of emo hair icons to choose from. There’s Frank Iero sporting his one sided fringe of My Chemical Romance, Pete Wentz with short spiky emo hair and Panic! At the Disco Brendon Urie itself with the added old school touches to the look.
There are many misconceptions about this certain hairstyle, truth be told. Labeling of “greasy hair” is nothing but a false accusation. The need to revitalize the hair from the excessive amount of hair styling products is necessary in order to stay in shape.
Men are not restricted to just styling their hair. There are a lot of vanity products which cater to emo boys and gals alike. There are hair wax products made for men to reduce the risk of having dandruff and all sorts of “manly” vanity products. Indeed, there are a million and one ways to wear emo hairstyles. From old school to new school to the classic greasy punk look with many different variations Asia, one can definitely say that emo hairstyles in and will be for some time.