Celebrity hair stylist Vidal Sassoon dead at 84

Vidal Sassoon, the origin of the famous London hairdresser, who was the subject of a documentary film in 2010, died on Wednesday, May 9, of natural causes at his home in Beverly Hills. He was 84 and battled leukemia.

Becoming innovative and well-known stylist in London, Sassoon moved to the U.S., and lent his name to Procter & Gamble hair care products hawked in advertising with the famous slogan "If you do not look good, we do not look good."

In the 1960s, has received credit for the design of the hair of actress Nancy Kwan in the movie "The Wild Affair", Blair's hair Joyce in the movie "Be My Guest" and the hair, Mia Farrow in "Rosemary's Baby." It is also intended for use wigs Carol Burnett on "The Carol Burnett Show."

Craig's 2010 film Now, "Vidal Sassoon: The Movie" explored the life of a person born in the poor East End of London, and who spent time in an orphanage as a child after his mother abandoned him, just to achieve fame and become vborba key figure in anti-Semitism.

Sassoon married four times, second time to actress Beverly Adams. He is survived by Rhonda fourth wife and three children Adams (daughter of actress Catya Sassoon, died in 2002).

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