1 Short HighHair

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1. Vidal Sassoon - The Queue

Short HighHair

1.  Short hair with a flirty kiss curl.
The longest part of the haircut is above the front hairline, where a graceful, fan-like band of weight gives height, for HairHair. We will show you in the next photo how to make this short hair long, in a flash.

Hair: Avram, Vidal Sassoon, New York, 1980
Makeup: Ted Nadal
Model: Lynn Snowden
(The Freelance Magazine Journalist/Author)
Photo: Lorraine Sylvestre

Produced by Helen Oppenheim

Note: there is different text under each photo.

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2 Adding Queue

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2. Vidal Sassoon - The Queue 1980

Photo: Lorraine Sylvestre

1.  The Queue can make short hair look long in a flash.

Here, model Lynn is adding The Queue to her short hair in surely the most beautiful photo of its kind, by Lorraine Sylvestre.

The all-in one hair ornament, invented by Avram of Vidal Sassoon in 1980, included a brushed gold bow covering a ponytail,
clipped onto the hair and transformed short hair to long in one simple movement.

Hair: Avram, Vidal Sassoon, NY, 1980
Model:Lynn Snowden
Photo: Lorraine Sylvestre

Produced by Helen Oppenheim
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3 Long Romantic

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Long Romantic

Photo: Lorraine Sylvestre

 

3. Long Romantic HighHair
This look answers the age-old question – how to dress up short hair for evening, in a flash. Her hair was permed (this was 1980!) by Edward Moore, using La Maur Apple Pectin. The Queue was permed with texture to match by Liz Sims, and “air neutralized” for 24 hours, then rinsed and conditioned with Vidal Sassoon’s Treatment Products.

Hair: Avram, Vidal Sassoon, NY, 1980
Makeup: Ted Nadal
Model: Lynn Snowden (The Freelance Magazine Journalist/Author)
Photo: Lorraine Sylvestre

Produced by Helen Oppenheim

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ©  HELEN OPPENHEIM 2012

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4 Adding His Queue

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4. Vidal Sassoon - The Queue 1980

The Queue, invented by Avram, Vidal Sassoon, New York 1980

The Queue, invented by Avram, Vidal Sassoon, New York 1980

4. His Short hair made long and romantic, in a flash.
Here Avram is adding the queue he invented to his own hair, in one easy movement.

Hair: Barbara Melser, Vidal Sassoon Barber Shop, 1980
Model: Avram
Photo: Lorraine Sylvestre

Produced by Helen Oppenheim

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5 His Long Romantic

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5. Vidal Sassoon - The Queue

The Queue invented by Avram, Vidal Sassoon, New York

5. Love his queue, the beard, the ruffles, so romantic.

He ponders…what? Don’t fence me in perhaps!

Hair: Barbara Melser, Vidal Sassoon Barber Shop, 1980
Model: Avram
Photo: Lorraine Sylvestre

Produced by Helen Oppenheim
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6 Romantic Duel

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Sassoon The Queue - Romantic Duel

Romantic Duel, hair by Barbara Melzer, Vidal Sassoon NY, 1980

6. There was a fencing and romantic theme to this campaign… went with the hair… the shirts had frills and ruffles, very new that season.

Her Hair: Avram, his hair: Barbara Melser, Vidal Sassoon, 1980
Makeup: Ted Nadel
Photo (scan from a laser copy here) : Lorraine Sylvestre

Produced by Helen Oppenheim

Anecdote: Avram later wore his ruffle shirt with a flowing black cape when we went to Venice and
Rome after a hair show for Llongueras in Barcelona, Spain. I remember he was a big sensation
everywhere and when we went to a trendy restaurant in Rome, the other customers actually put
down their knives and forks when we walked into the restaurant. 

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7 Avram After

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7. Vidal Sassoon - The Queue

Avram after the shoot!

7. Avram, who invented The Queue, after photo session, which took place in the photographer’s apartment in Greenwich Village.

It had been a long day, clients all day, shoot went on into the night as so many of our shoots did.

Photo: Lorraine Sylvestre
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