“It’s ok saying you are sorry, but when you are drunk, you say what you really feel”.
Vidal Sassoon revolutionized hairstyling in the early 1960s. Before he came along, women were content to sit under a dryer and have their brains cooked regularly, then bouffants primped, preened and shellacked into helmets. While beautiful and artful for special occasions, I can’t imagine the discomfort of the daily maintenance - which included steel clips, wire and bristle rollers and scarves to keep everything together overnight. With his irreverence, and fresh outlook, Sassoon emancipated women, giving them haircuts that were easy to live with and architecturally stunning. His attitude is still evident in the Sassoon tradition, which is highly regarded throughout the world