Hairstylist Paints Hair Into Classic Paintings

Published 8 years ago

Some haircuts are inspired by more than “I hate being bald and hats are expensive” sentiment. Ursula Goff, for example, gets her inspiration from classical paintings. Her color scheme roughly approximates the hues in Van Gogh’s Starry Night or Edward Munch’s The Scream. It’s amazing how you can see the resemblance just by the arrangement of colors.

Ursula Goff is a hair colorist from Kansas. “But I also have a degree in psychology, and I have a lot of random interests – some of them creative, some of them academic, and some of them are just miscellaneous,” she wrote on her website. “I like science, social issues, politics, all different kinds of psychology (particularly behavioral economics and community psychology), other cultures and languages, food, homeschooling and unschooling and other aspects of education, art, music, and…lots of other stuff.”

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 Starry Night by Van Gogh


The Scream by Edvard Munch


The Kiss by Gustav Klimt


Water Lilies by Claude Monet


Drowning Girl by Roy Lichtenstein


Red Canna Lily by Georgia O’Keeffe


Girl With a Pearl Earring by Johannes Vermeer


Birth of Venus by Botticelli


Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol


Martynas Klimas

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