> Emo Clothing
By almost all current definitions, emo clothing is characterized by tight jeans on males and females alike, long fringe (bangs) often brushed to one side of the face, dyed black, straightened hair, tight t-shirts which often bear the names of rock bands, studded belts, belt buckles, Chuck Taylor All-Stars, skate shoes, or other black shoes often old and beaten up and thick, black horn-rimmed glasses.
> Emo Fashion
Emo fashion has changed with time; early trends included haircuts similar to those worn by the Romulans and Vulcans in Star Trek, tightly fitting sweaters, button-down shirts, and work jackets (often called gas station jackets).
> Emo Hairstyles & Haircuts
Here is guide of how you can get emo hair. This goes for girls and also for boys! Let your hair grow in the front and side parts so they cover your face. In the back you can let it short and spike it up with gel! Some do that, some don’t! If you have short hair, the first months are going to be a pain, because you won’t be able to make your hair look “emo”. As it grows, comb it towards an eye in the direction that you want. After 3 or 4 months, When the fringe reaches 3/4 of the way down your forehead, go to a hair dresser that looks professional, and get it thinned out and have it trimmed so that it will grow in the right shape. Either if you’re a boy or girl, you’ll need to straighten your hair, with either an iron or gel. If your hair is wavy, just use hairspray/gel to weigh it down. I suggest buying an hair straightening iron and use a a good moisturizing shampoo to prevent your hair from getting damaged. Tip: If you wash your hair too much, this can dry it out; that doesn’t mean you don’t have to wash it at all, bleah. If you consider dyeing your hair, dye it black. The other colors are not so cool and you’ll look like a clown, in my opinion. After 3 or 4 months, your hair should look like you want. From that point, you should go to the hair stylist monthly for your hair to be thinned and stuff.