Vidal Sassoon’s creative cuts, which required little styling and fell into place perfectly every time, came along in the 1960s and fit right in with the fledgling women’s liberation movement. (Reuters/File 1997)
Vidal Sassoon, liberator of women’s hair; at 84
By Sandy Cohen Associated Press / May 10, 2012
Text size – +
Hairstylist Vidal Sassoon, who undid the beehive with his wash-and-wear cuts and went on to become an international name in hair care, died Wednesday.
For more from BostonGlobe.com, sign up or log in below
To continue, please sign up or log in to BostonGlobe.com
Access the full articles and quality reporting of The Boston Globe at BostonGlobe.com
Unlimited Access to BostonGlobe.com for 4 weeks for only 99¢.
Are you a Boston Globe home delivery subscriber?
Get FREE access as part of your print subscription.
Click to continue reading this article or to log in to BostonGlobe.com.