idal Sassoon, "the celebrity hairstylist whose 1960s wash-and-wear cuts freed women from endless teasing and hairspray," died Wednesday at age 84, CBS News reports. Sassoon revolutionized haircuts that had shape and architecture, for women who "didn't have time to sit under the dryer anymore" — and became a style icon in his own right. Here, a look back at his milestones:
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