Before you really start off to style your scene hair, here are a few things that you will require:
Bobby pins, Kirby grips, Bow clips and Ribbons
Hairbrush, hairspray, shampoo & conditioner, heat protection spray
Gel and serum. Hair dye and hair extensions those are optional
Since you would be using a lot of gel and hairspray, you should wash and apply conditioner on a regular basis to protect your scene hair. Dying and straightening hair also damages the hair. Try to go without straightening for some time.
The most common scene hairstyle is hair dyed black with a few streaks or blond hair with black underneath. Many also like to keep their hair the original color (which may not be absolute black) and then have some streaks. Give a razored look to your hair. If your hair is curly, then get it straightened. Cut the hair in choppy layers to achieve the scene hair look.
Pin up your fringes to the side with the bow clips or Kirby grips. You can get hair extensions if your want long scene hair. Scene hair looks great messed up from behind. Use some serum to achieve the look. You can even put some porcupine like spikes in the back to achieve the look