Ursula goes way beyond the standard hair dye colors—you know, blonde, brown, red, etc. She even goes beyond the more daring colors some people like to get, like pink, green, or blue. Those colors are all present in her work, but how she amps it up a notch is truly amazing.
Ursula gets her inspiration from nature. While you might think that nature would be kind of a boring place to draw inspiration from (dirt and rocks, really?) prepare to be amazed.
It’s hard to imagine what nature and hair have to do with each other, but this woman has truly done it. From flowers to leaves or even bugs, Ursula uses stunning photos of Mother Nature to create stunning hair, each more vibrant and awesome than the next.
But how does Ursula find clients who want this much color on their head? While gorgeous, it’s not necessarily the most corporate-friendly hair, or natural, to say the least.
Nevertheless, all her clients completely trust her—Ursula comes up with the idea of a place she wants to take inspiration from, and knocks it dead every time.
“My clients give me a lot of creative control,” she says. “I see things all the time that I’d love to do, so I set [inspiration pictures] aside until I have a good opportunity to utilize them.”
Here are some photos of some of her most stunning work. You can check her out at @uggoff as well.
Arguably one of the prettiest flowers, this woman’s hair takes on the vibrant yellows, oranges, yellows and greens as a sunflower.
Inspired by the lava fields and volcanoes in Iceland, this bright yellow and green look is super chic.
There’s nothing like the colorful leaves of the autumn season, and some people think that enough to get their hair died those warm tones! We’re digging this warm vibe.
Rocks are a common reoccurring theme for Ursula. But when rocks are this pretty, it makes sense!
The neon yellow, orange, teal, and navy hues were inspired by some of Earth’s prettiest sediments.
The photo on the left was taken at the Northern Lights and on the right, a perfect reenactment on hair. How mysterious and stunning are these hues together?
This look is both cool and hot, since it’s representing fire and ice! The inspiration for this one was the icy glaciers and fiery volcanoes in Iceland.
Another volcano, another gorgeous hair style.
Fifty shades of blue (and awesomeness).
Fascinated by the speed of light, Ursula took to the purply starry night sky for this one.
Even insects can make for an awesome hair color(s)!
How amazing are these “natural” hair styles? Would you ever want to get your hair died this vibrant?