you can always learn from succeed stories, but rabbit thinks that successful is not the exact wording for the good in sassoon
from reuter’s report
“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,” he said.
He opened his first salon at 26 and decided that if he could not change hairdressing within a decade he would quit and become an architect.
from another hairdresser journal reports
“When I first started, I wasn’t a great hairdresser and I knew either I would have to change or hairdressing would have to change,” he recalled. “I didn’t know what I wanted it to be, but I did know what I didn’t want it to be.”
and what rabbit first find sassoon’s personality touched me is,
“Returning to London from fighting in Israel’s 1948 war, I applied at a well-known hair salon but was rejected because of my Cockney accent. I decided to take elocution lessons.”
he proves again, the key to me, you don’t need to die early to become a legend