Fine art hair transforms your tresses into famous masterpieces

Fine art hair transforms your tresses into famous masterpieces

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Looks like hair-dye trends can’t stop, won’t stop. Kansas stylist Ursula Goff has begun reinterpreting famous works of art as hairstyles, so your hair will now look like a true masterpiece.

Into Impressionism? Goff can give you those Claude Monet water lily locks you’ve always dreamt of. More into pop art? She can make you look like Andy Warhol’s classic portrait of Marilyn Monroe. If you’re more of a Lichtenstein fan, Goff can hook you up with bright blue hair straight off the artist’s satirical comic strips.

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Image: Courtesy of Ursula Goff

“What tends to inspire me is a lot of colors and nature,” Goff told Good Morning Kansas last fall. “I’m an artist too, with a strong painting background … so I understand color theory really well.” Read more…

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Stylish pup shows off a different hairdo every day

Stylish pup shows off a different hairdo every day

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Kuma is half Pekingese, half Shih Tzu, and all style.

The little dog from Japan has her own Instagram account that shows off her flowing locks, which are always in a different ‘do.

“I do Kuma’s hair on my own, it’s an original style,” owner Yuke told Bored Panda. “I get inspiration for the hairstyles from the Internet.”

Yuki and Kuma have mastered all sorts of hairstyles.

From long flowing locks…

… To swanky, prom-worthy updos…

… To perfect top knots that will make hipsters with man-buns jealous.

My human hair and I have never felt so inferior to a dog and impeccable style before. Read more…

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125 years of fingernail trends

125 years of fingernail trends

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Manicures are personal

Unlike hair or makeup, people see their fingernails all day, without the need for a mirror. Their appearance matters to a lot of people; it’s a way to express individual style. A good manicure can cheer you up all day long, while you’re texting or clinking glasses with friends.

People throughout history have paid special attention to their fingernail real estate. It’s been said that nail trends date back to 5000 B.C. when women in India decorated their fingertips with henna. Later, in 4000 B.C. Babylonian men were known to manicure and color their nails with black or green kohl. The Chinese are credited with creating nail stains from egg whites, vegetable dyes and beeswax as early as 3000 B.C. Read more…

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