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Hair Colorist Creates Art Inspired Looks And They Are Amazing

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How would you like to have Edvard Munch’s famous painting The Scream, painted on your hair with dye? Sounds pretty amazing, doesn’t it? Or, maybe Van Gogh’s Starry Night? Hair colorist Ursula Goff from Kansas can make that dream come true. She turns clients’ hair extensions into recreations of classic art pieces. However, instead of creating exact replicas of the paintings, Ursula takes inspiration from their color palettes. For example, she dyed one client’s hair varying shades of blue and green to resemble Claude Monet’s Water Lilies.

The Kansas based hair colorist also takes inspiration from the natural world and can transform your hair into rainbows, constellations, feathers, fire, and floral designs – and apparently, her clients are pretty much up for anything. “My clients give me a lot of creative control,” she says. “I see things all the time that I’d love to do, so I set[inspiration pictures aside until I have a good opportunity to utilize them.

You can find out more about her work and watch hair tutorials on her blog URSULA GOFF & STUFF or you can follow her on Instagram where she keeps wowing her over 99.6k followers daily.

Here is some of her amazing work compiled by Ranker.

1. Ombré floral will be the next big hair trend

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2. We’re burning up over this fiery color palette

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3. Bright purple fluorite was the inspiration for this look

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4. The Hubble telescope brought this Inspo image down to earth

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5.This pixie is as eye-catching as the Northern Lights

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6. This look was inspired by sun showers and rainbows

Throwback #rainbowhair #holographichair #prismhair #pastelhair #metallichair #rainbows #rain

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7. This crystal-inspired hair shines like quartz in the sun

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8. Gorgeous hair inspired by Arizona’s hot springs

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9. Feathers of a golden pheasant were the inspiration for this look

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10. A mother-of-pearl abalone shell inspired this muted mane of hair

11. Starry Night by Van Gogh

12. A constellation of blue, black, and violet tones

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13. Labrodorite stones have nothing on this light-reflecting look

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14. The swirling colors of the Horsehead nebula constellation turn hair into a work of art

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15. A sunflower color combination

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16.Monet’s famous florals get a hair makeover

17. Petal-pink dye

18. Georgia O’Keeffe’s poppy painting were reinterpreted as hair-spiration

I love Georgia O’Keefe’s poppy paintings, so I decided to do one myself, first on paper with watercolor (left), then on hair (right). This is part of my project to help @matrix promote their new ColorSync Vinyls line of Demi’s, which should become available this fall! I used copper and red for the petals and cobalt, midnight violet and copper for its dark center, painted onto a blonde extension and then clipped into the hair. My client’s hair was also colored with the Vinyls; we do her regrowth (ashy level 6) with the red and then after processing added a layer of the red Color Graphics lacquer to the top third to bump the intensity. We let that bleed down into the mids a bit and then did some balayage on her ends with Matrix Lightmaster, which turned a fabulous bright coral! Loved how this came out! #matrixbrandpartner #matrix #colorsyncvinyls #autumnhair #redhair #paintingsonhair #hairpaintings #georgiaokeeffe #americanart #finearthair #beautylaunchpad #BehindTheChair #modernsalon #americansalon #fckinghair

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19. Painterly pastel tones define this floral-inspired style

20. We’d never guess that black opal was responsible for this Technicolor dye job

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