Fine Art Paintings Inspires Hair Stylist To Come Up With Masterpieces Using Hair Dye!

Ursula Goff, a hair stylist by profession, has started experimented with hair trends and many people have voluntarily offered Ursula to play with their hair and turn it into a canvas for her. She dyes hair based on a true world inspiration and it involves cues drawn from baked goods to the mythical creatures from the childhood stories. However, she now has started drawing inspiration from art history and the work she has done so far looks amazing and wonderful.

Born in Kansas, this artist draws inspiration from the likes of Edvard Munich’s The Scream and then transforms the same into flowing locks of hair. As seen on Instagram, some of her classic paintings include that of Vermeer, O’Keeffe and other artists, which she has transformed beautifully. Also, when she uses dye or makes someone’s hair, she also tells the story and explains viewers more about the inspiration drawn and their significance, so that they are in a better level of appreciation and feel more connected to the piece of art drawn. To see more of Ursula Goff’s works, scroll down and you will be amazed. Website | Facebook | Instagram via [Neatorama, Fashionably Geek]

The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh

Hairstylist inspired Classic Fine Art Paintings

The Scream by Edvard Munch

Hairstylist inspired Classic Fine Art Paintings

The Kiss by Gustav Klimt

Hairstylist inspired Classic Fine Art Paintings

The Birth of Venus by Sandro Boticelli

Hairstylist inspired Classic Fine Art Paintings

Andy Warhol’s pop art

Hairstylist inspired Classic Fine Art Paintings

Claude Monet’s Water Lilies paintings

Hairstylist inspired Classic Fine Art Paintings

Red Canna Lily by Georgia O’Keeffe

Hairstylist inspired Classic Fine Art Paintings

Girl With a Pearl Earring by Johannes Vermeer

Hairstylist inspired Classic Fine Art Paintings

Drowning Girl by Roy Lichtenstein

Hairstylist inspired Classic Fine Art Paintings

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