Hair is a major part of our day-to-day image. Your hairstyle is one of your defining features, and the right hairstyle can totally change your whole look. Changing hairstyles is considered a pretty major decision, and some psychologists even say that when a woman changes her hair in a significant way, it's usually indicative of broader changes in her life as well. From personal experience, I can say that there seems to be some truth to that notion.
One of the most popular ways to switch things up is to dye your hair a different color. Hair dyeing has been around for a long, long time. Coloring hair to colors that don't occur naturally in humans, however, is a somewhat newer phenomenon (though still pretty old). For a lot of people, these extreme hair colors are often associated with one of the many experimental phases of growing up. You try out the "punk" or "goth" look for a few years in high school, then move on.
Just because it's a fad for some people, however, doesn't mean it shouldn't be taken seriously. Some people's identities are deeply rooted in their choice of hairstyle and using color as a means of expression is a big deal to these folks. Hairstylists, eager to keep up with trends and support their loyal clientele, have gotten pretty talented with applying color. One such stylist, Ursula Goff, uses her talents to create stunning tributes to famous artistic masterpieces. Using her hair as a canvas, she's made some truly incredible hairstyles inspired by great works of art.