Hair dye is ideal for trying out a completely new aesthetic, giving you a completely different style without spending a dime on new clothes.
And over the past few years, the art of hair-dying has been completely elevated. Even rainbow hair, sunset strands, and locks that glow in the dark are completely doable today — anything goes!
But with all of the vivid hues and wacky styles, where do we go from there? For hairstylist Ursula Goff, she went backward.
That is to say, she went back to the ’60s with Andy Warhol’s pop art — and even to the late 1800s with van Gogh’s Starry Night.
Using hair dye and her art expertise, Goff created hairstyles that mirror famous works of art.
The art spans throughout history and is carefully applied to clients’ hair, creating iconic replicas on beautiful flowing canvases.
While these hairstyles are far from practical, they definitely pay creative homage to some of the most iconic artists in history, as well as give testament to Goff’s talent.
Would you ever dye your hair like this? Let us know in the comments below!
[H/T: A Plus]