Vidal Sassoon dead at 84

World renown hairdresser Vidal Sassoon died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles on Wednesday at the age of 84.  Read all about it

Straight from the B&P Newswire…

Vidal Sassoon to be buried..
With extra body.

RIP Vidal Sassoon… a sad parting – he was head and shoulders above the rest.

Legendary Hair Stylist Vidal Sassoon has died.
I remember when I first used one of his hairdryers…I was blown away.

Vidal Sassoon’s death came as a huge shock to me today.
As hairdressers go, he was head and shoulders above the rest.

Dull limp and lifeless,
It’s not the new L’oreal product range.
It’s Vidal Sassoon

Vidal Saasoon. Hair today gone tomorrow

Why’s Vidal Sasoon being buried with a plastic turd from a joke shop?
He always loved having his own sham poo.

So, it’s a Permanent Wave goodbye to Vidal Saasoon

It just shows the temporary nature of our existence;  Vidal Sassoon, one minute he was fine, lively and full of bounce, the next minute he just curled up and dyed!

Apparently Vidal Sassoon wanted to be cremated.
Coming soon Vidal Sassoon’s new range…
Dead and Smoulders.

I’ve just read that Vidal Sassoon’s son will receive nothing from his father’s will.
I can’t believe that he’s cut off his own Heir.

I’m not surprised Vidal Sassoon left a small fortune in his will.
He crimped and saved all his life.


10 thoughts on “Vidal Sassoon dead at 84”

  1. Wait, Vidal Sassoon was a person’s name? I thought it was just fancy words for selling the products..

  2. Don’t diss him, the man was a badass.

    At the age of 17, although having been too young to serve in World War II, he became the youngest member of the 43 Group, a Jewish veterans’ underground organisation. It broke up what it considered Fascist meetings in East London. The Telegraph refers to him as an “anti-fascist warrior-hairdresser” whose aim was to prevent Sir Oswald Mosley’s movement from spreading “messages of hatred” in the period following the Second World War.

    In 1948, at the age of 20, he joined the Haganah (which shortly afterwards became the Israeli Defence Forces) and fought in the 1948 Arab–Israeli War, which began after Israel achieved statehood.

  3. Wow, so it seems that a Vidal part of the Hair Product industry has now left us peacefully.

    The only question on everyone’s minds is Why Sassoon?

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