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Vidal Sassoon is a famous hairdresser who changed the hair industry by inventing new cuts and styles. He started cutting hair in his mother’s kitchen, and now he has salons all over the world. Vidal Sassoon was born on October 28th 1928 in London, England to Jewish parents from Iraq. His father wanted him to become a doctor but he became fascinated with hairstyling at an early age and would cut his friends’ hair for fun after school. This led to him opening up his first salon which was called Vidal Sassoon: Hairdressers of Quality.

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About Vidal Sassoon

birth of the author

Born:
17 January 1928

death of the author

Died:
9 May 2012

country of the author

Nationality:
British American

occupation of the author

Occupation:
Hair Stylist, Businessman

knownfor of the author

Known For:
Founder Of Sassoon

website of the author

Website:
sassoon.com

VIDAL SASSOON QUOTES ON HAIR

As stylists, we’re groundshakers and daymakers. I was always in hair. — Vidal Sassoon

Hair is another name for sex. — Vidal Sassoon

For me the working of hair is architecture with a human element. — Vidal Sassoon

To sculpt a head of hair with scissors is an art form. It’s in pursuit of art. — Vidal Sassoon

as stylists we re groundshakers and daymakers i was always in hair Vidal Sassoon quote

To me hair dressing means shape. It’s very important that the foundations should be right. — Vidal Sassoon

My idea was to cut shape into the hair, to use it like fabric and take away everything that was superfluous. — Vidal Sassoon

If you get hold of a head of hair on somebody you’ve never seen before, cut beautiful shapes, cut beautiful architectural angles and she walks out looking so different–I think that’s masterful. — Vidal Sassoon

VIDAL SASSOON QUOTES ABOUT FEELINGS

You must always do what you feel is right. — Vidal Sassoon

It’s okay saying sorry, but when you are drunk you say what you really feel. — Vidal Sassoon

you must always do what you feel is right Vidal Sassoon quote

I don’t sort of sit in a chair and pompously feel proud of myself about all the things we might have accomplished. — Vidal Sassoon

Hair excited me. As the old ways–backcombing, rollers and rigidity–went out of the window, I started to feel the possibilities in front of my eyes. — Vidal Sassoon

My greatest regret is selling my company. — Vidal Sassoon

If you have a sense of style and purpose and will you don’t want to compromise. — Vidal Sassoon

I just consider being one of the luckiest people in the sense that creativity came to me and it flowed. — Vidal Sassoon

it s okay saying sorry but when you are drunk you say what you really feel Vidal Sassoon quote

VIDAL SASSOON QUOTES ON MOTHER

My mother left me for seven years in an orphanage. — Vidal Sassoon

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You never argued with my mother. You couldn’t win. — Vidal Sassoon

My mother had a premonition and she felt that hairdressing would be very very good for me. — Vidal Sassoon

During the late ’20s my father left us. My mother was in a complete hole with no money, and we were evicted. — Vidal Sassoon

VIDAL SASSOON QUOTES REGARDING WORK

The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary. — Vidal Sassoon

the only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary Vidal Sassoon quote

I was all about my thoughts, my work, my inspiration. I was always in hair. — Vidal Sassoon

If someone were to ask me, ‘What’s the number one thing, in essence, that you left behind?’… it was the teaching of others, so that they could take my work and take it further. — Vidal Sassoon

Hairdressers are a wonderful breed. You work one–on–one with another human being and the object is to make them feel so much better and to look at themselves with a twinkle in their eye. — Vidal Sassoon

Women were going back to work, they were assuming their own power. They didn’t have time to sit under the dryer. — Vidal Sassoon