These Hairstyles Are Incredible — And Total Works of Art

You’ve never seen updos like these, people.

We all wish we could create those complicated braids on Pinterest, but even a basic fishtail braid can be a pain to pull off. And yet, there are some people in the world who can not only create just about any simple hairstyle under the sun, they can actually make works of art.

Meet hairstylists (nay, hair artists) Farrukh Shamuratov and George Kot , who use their skills in innovative and unique ways. So much so that they have each earned massive Instagram followings as people flock to social media to see their stunning hair creations. Here, take a look at just a few of their most unbelievable designs.

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Calla Lily Bouquet


A photo posted by Георгий Кот (@georgiykot) on Nov 13, 2015 at 9:33am PST

That’s right: Kot made a style that looks just like a bouquet — with hair. The yellow “spadix” accents add to the surrealism of the look.

Bejeweled Updo

По популярности я понял, что эта работа не только мне нравится .______________________I noticed that this very hairstyle is the most popular and I am not the only one who like it

A video posted by Георгий Кот (@georgiykot) on Dec 15, 2015 at 3:24am PST

This complex low chignon by Kot incorporates stunning jewels down the model’s part and forehead, making it almost like a tiara.

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Beautiful Butterfly

Non expected the 5th surprise image by me. Though I am sure that all of you who left comments on 1,2,3,4 photo thought about the 5th image that doesn't have any right to exist, that leave pain in woman's mind afterwards and than becomes a psychological trauma. That's the 5th image “Tulip” – fear, hopelessness, self-defense, that makes women flirt while loss of her mind. Imitating a porcelain, soulless, fool doll that can be used if her whims are satisfied ( get ride on by car, promise to marry her and love, giving her one rose that was bought in debt that she would have something to throw away from the window next morning).❤️Не жданный 5 образ-это сюрприз от меня. Хотя я уверен, что многие, когда оставляли свои комментарии под 1,2,3,4 фото, думали о существовании пятого образа, который не имеет права на существования, который в последствии оставляет большую боль и тяжесть в сознании женщины и в последствии переходит в большую её психологическую травму. Это пятый образ “Тюльпан” – качество страха, одиночества, безнадежности, самозащиты, которая подталкивает женщину в кокетство, отключив свое сознание. Изображая фарфоровую, бездушную, глупую куклу, которую можно использовать. Выполнив её незначительную прихоть ( подвести на хорошей тачке, пообещать ей жениться и любить, подарив ей одну розочку, приобретенную им в долг, чтоб на следующие утро ей было, что выбросить с окна).

A photo posted by Георгий Кот (@georgiykot) on Sep 10, 2015 at 6:54am PDT

In his caption, Kot explains the meaning behind this style — it’s a metaphor for hopelessness and self-defense.

Shimmery Swirls

#fshairdo #farrukhshamuratov

A photo posted by Farrukh Shamuratov (@fshairdo) on Dec 19, 2015 at 11:06pm PST

Shamuratov’s striking use of color and curls to accent an updated 1960s-inspired beehive makes this look a winner.

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Woven Locks

I love this my hairdo!?? очень люблю этот образ!

A photo posted by Farrukh Shamuratov (@fshairdo) on Nov 27, 2015 at 4:29am PST

This incredible woven style is too intricate to parse out how it was done. The jewel on the bottom — how was it put in?!

Stacked Layers

My friends asking me why I'm working as hairstylist! I said them because it's so interesting and everyday i can do different things! For example now I have 1000 and 1000 different updos, hairstyles! And now continue creating new styles!! It makes me happy ??? why do you love the hairstyling?? у меня все друзья спрашивают почему я работаю стилистом! Я отвечаю им потому что это очень интересно и каждый день делаю разные вещи! Вот сейчас на пример у меня есть больше 1000 разных образов, причесок! Даже сейчас придумаю новые прически! Это меня делает счастливом!???вы почему любите нашу профессию ?

A photo posted by Farrukh Shamuratov (@fshairdo) on Nov 21, 2015 at 10:02pm PST

Have you ever seen an updo like this before? We doubt it. And judging by his caption, this hair artist isn’t running out of ideas any time soon.