Bizarre, Colorful Hairstyles Feature Images Of Animals Shaved Into Back Of Heads – Design You Trust

Bizarre, Colorful Hairstyles Feature Images Of Animals Shaved Into Back Of Heads


Based in Saint Petersburg, Russian hairdresser Aliya Askarova, who is also the creative director of Image Studio Denis Osipov, has created these amazing works of hair art. She first shaves the back of the head according to the shape requested by the customer before dyeing it in all sorts of colors to make the image pop. So far, we have seen hairstyles featuring animals such as a cat, a fox and a whale.

More info: Aliya Askarova (h/t: designtaxi)


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