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Jazz-Minh Moore Illustrates Women With Lovely Wind-Swept Locks

 - Jan 25, 2012
References: jazzminh & urhajos.tumblr
Jazz-Minh Moore demonstrates that you don’t need to have straight-out-the-salon hairdos in order to have mesmerizing manes. Sure, the girls in these images have hair that looks like it’s in dire need of some shampoo, but when rendered so elegantly with the simultaneous look of being wind-swept and wet, who’s going to tell the talented artist to paint the locks of her subjects differently?

What’s fascinating about Jazz-Minh Moore is that she can easily illustrate the hair of her subjects in sections and layers, which is what other traditional artists do, but she opts to paint her women with thin dreadlock-like follicles that cling in strange and beautiful configurations. This increases Moore’s workload, but I’m sure viewers agree that the results are well worth the time and effort.