A master hairdresser as of late took motivation from a well known comic book hero. For a hair appear in Hong Kong, Justin Wong painstakingly re-made Spider-Man’s similarity on the back of a model’s dyed hair utilizing a dreary pixel method.
In a meeting with Allure, Wong said he initially mapped out the design on a bit of paper. By utilizing the pixel system, the beautician needed to plot the picture utilizing little squares that would then be able to be reproduced on the hair. Before completely executing the expression on a model, Wong additionally rehearsed on a wig.
In the wake of blanching the model’s hair, Wong started deliberately painting each square. He said the entire procedure “needs fine areas and accuracy,” including, “Likewise, the model must be solidified.” No weight or anything!
What’s cool about the completed look is that the Spider-Man configuration isn’t in a split second conspicuous. Rather, the character shows up as Wong searches through the strands and pulls them separated, in this way making a trippy optical fantasy.