In today’s celebrity-obsessed culture, hairstylists can have as much notoriety as their A-list clients. Before Blandi and Fekkai, there was Vidal Sassoon, a man who revolutionized the beauty industry in the 1960s.
In the 1950s hair was curled, sprayed and teased into submission. The bouffant hairstyle defined the decade. It was an immaculate, high-maintenance coif that involved frequent trips to the hair salon. Think of the shellacked styles of Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor.