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Fine Art Hair Is So Pretty, It Deserves To Be In A Museum

Grab your art history textbook, everyone!

Good news, everyone: that art history elective you took in university is finally about to come in handy in thanks to the arrival of the year's newest hair trend.

Fine art hair is here and it's a masterpiece in itself.

Created by Kansas stylist, Ursula Goff, who obviously has an appreciation for the finer things in life, "Fine Art Series" is the reinterpretation of some of the world's most beloved painters and artworks.

Travelling through art movements throughout the ages, Goff crafts gorgeous, colourful locks, all while educating her nearly 38,000 Facebook followers on the techniques, emotional essence and stylings of the artist and painting.

I am sharing Van Gogh's "Starry Night" again for those who missed it, and also because I didn't originally publish any...

Posted by Ursula Goff on Saturday, 30 January 2016

"The Starry Night" by Vincent Van Gogh

Love impressionism and Claude Monet's broad strokes of colours and built-up texture? There's a hairstyle for that. Andy Warhol's blend of pop culture and imagination more your cup of tea? Pop art is made into a hairstyle too. And if you love the vibrant oil colours that make up "The Starry Night" by Vincent Van Gogh, you can get a 'do inspired by that piece of work as well.

"I tend to colour hair much the same way I colour a canvas, using the same sorts of colour application techniques and identical colour theory," the hairstylist explains in one of her posts.

The hairstyles are said to take about three to six hours to create, but more elaborate pieces can reach up to 10 hours.

These are definitely MoMA-worthy, we'd say.

Check them out below:

Fine Art Series: Andy Warhol may be the most iconic artist of the 20th century. He was fascinated with fame and...

Posted by Ursula Goff on Friday, 22 January 2016

Fine Art Series: This is one of many water lilies paintings that Claude Monet painted. Monet is the most famous of the...

Posted by Ursula Goff on Tuesday, 26 January 2016

I often get asked where I went to hair school, and what sort of cosmetology education background I have. The answer is...

Posted by Ursula Goff on Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Next in the Fine Art series is Girl With a Pearl Earring, by Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer. What is interesting about...

Posted by Ursula Goff on Thursday, 21 January 2016

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