This Graffiti Hair Artist Is Taking Dye Jobs to a Whole New Level

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Graffiti hair became a full-fledged trend over the summer, and since then we've seen a slew of trippy, colorful iterations. But perhaps the most impressive of them all are the creations of hair graffiti artist Daniel Moon at Ramirez Tran salon. Fun fact: Moon is the colorist that gave Kanye West his swirly pink-and-yellow-gold hair.

On men and women alike, Moon dreams up murals on customized to different cuts and textures. One of the designs Moon is most proud of is the treatment he gave model Adwoa Aboah—color blocking her buzz cut with neon yellow, pastel pink, bright purple, white, and more, then punctuating it with a thick black symbol.

In other instances he's added ripples of neon orange and burgundy color on cool-girl waves, stippled colors for a collage-like effect on cropped cuts, and even brushed on a subversive swirl of gold shimmer orbiting the ear.

He even does armpits, too.

If Moon loves two things, it's high-octane color and glitter. And if you want a look that's less commitment than a dye job, you can look to Moon's designs for the latter medium. He's added the shimmery substance to braids, half-buzzed styles, and slick backs.

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Lauren Valenti
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