As/Is·Posted on Nov 19, 2015This New Beauty Trend Uses Pieces Of Plexiglass To Color HairOh, and a knife too.by Chrissy MahlmeisterBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink There’s a new hair dyeing trend taking over salons, y’all: It’s called hand-pressed coloring. @yoshthestylist / Via instagram.com The colorist uses planes of plexiglass and a knife to transform uniform hair color into a ~multidimensional masterpiece~. https://www.instagram.com/p/7ypChDkvTo/ https://www.instagram.com/p/9phYwgSFVd/ Seriously, look at all the colors in there. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF @chialamarvici / Via instagram.com OooOooOh. Redken colorist Chiala Marvici invented the new coloring technique in her sleep. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF @chialamarvici / Via instagram.com "I have a painting in my apartment that a friend did for me a while ago that has a lot of colors on it, and I fell asleep one night and dreamt of all these layers of paint living together on one surface," she told Marie Claire. "When I woke up, I thought about how beautiful that would be on the hair and how I would translate that vision onto the hair." To achieve this look, she paints geometric patterns on 6-inch wide sheets of plexiglass in multiple shades of hair color. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "You place the section of hair flat onto the glass, which transfers the design from the plexiglass onto the underside of your hair," she tells Marie Claire. "Then, you use a 6-inch-long putty knife and then press the hair into the pattern to saturate the top side of the hair as the color seeps through your strands." So. Cool. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF @beautyndfeast / Via instagram.com This method gives any hair shade tons of dimension. @blakerevans / Via instagram.com And, yes, all those crazy shapes get blended together once she presses the putty knife onto the hair. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF @chialamarvici / Via instagram.com "Because we are imprinting the hair, the strength and detail will appear in the section imprinted," Chiala said. "Depending on the number of times the hair color is pressed, depends on how detailed or blurred the outcome will be." For example, when she mixed gold and blue to get this awesome effect. @chialamarvici / Via instagram.com Salons all over the U.S. have started to give the trend a try. Everything from super bold shades... @little_red_hair_house / Via instagram.com ...To soft pops of color. @taylormoves / Via instagram.com So, would you give hand-pressed hair color a try? @hairbychelseaflory / Via instagram.com If you do, make sure to leave it to the professionals 'cause, you know, glass is sharp 'n' stuff.