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Remembering Two Beauty Legends Vidal Sassoon Sassoon passed May 9, 2012, at his home in Bel Air, Los Angeles. He died in the presence of his family. His family issued a statement that read: It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Vidal Sassoon CBE, who died this morning at his home in Los Angeles surrounded by loved ones. The 84-year-old hairdresser was born in 1928 and sadly lost his battle with leukemia today. He became the most celebrated hairdresser in the world having begun his career as an apprentice during the Second World War, going on to revolutionize an industry through his iconic haircuts, salons, schools and product lines. He will be greatly missed by his wife of 20 years Ronnie, his children, grandchildren, family and friends. Grace Coddington, Sassoon’s former model and creative director of American Vogue: “He changed the way everyone looked at hair. Before Sassoon, it was all back-combing and lacquer; the whole thing was to make it high and artificial. Suddenly you could put your fi ngers through your hair! He didn’t create [Sassoon’s five-point cut] for me; he created it on me. It was an extraordinary cut; no one has bettered it since. And it liberated everyone.” SOURCE: Corrine Passage Bernin Corrine Passage Bernin, 50, the only daughter of Pivot Point founder Leo Passage, passed May 11, 2011. Corrine, who served Pivot Point as senior vice president of Production and Systems Development until her death, spent her entire professional career with the company. She led Pivot Point’s initiative of documenting systems and procedures, enabling functions of the business to continually improve. Corrine was the mother of two children, Jack, 15, and Jessica, 10, and was married to John Bernin in 1991. The Passage family, including Corrine’s beloved mother Lenie, her brother Robert and the next generation, will ensure that the global Pivot Point Family advances the empowering mission that Leo Passage started 50 years ago and that Corrine Passage continued throughout her life. SOURCE: Pivot Point International, Inc. We know cosmo! We go together like shampoo + conditioner Celsius + Cosmetology Dedicated to the higher education sector, we have extensive experience working with cosmo schools. by stop y hi sa & In today’s world, you have to stand out and do things differently. Our award-winning team creates impactful, memorable, and unique messaging. A DIFFERENT DEGREE OF THINKING beauty meets brand strategy manicure meets marketing cosmetology meets creative genius + 595205_Celsius.indd 1 239.245.8674 BE AUT YLIN K | SURVIV A L | 20 1 2 | 7/4/12 2:20:23 AM 67

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Beauty Link - Volume 4, Issue 3

Message From the AACS President and CEA Chair
Workings Of Washington
Network, Innovate, Grow: AACS Annual Convention & Expo 2012
Attending a Convention: 10 Tips for Success
Superstar Graduates
A Teacher’s Safari: Managing the Zoo of Personalities
Sticking it Out: 10 Threats That Keep Students from Surviving and Thriving in the Real World
Step-by-Step NEW!
Data Disaster: Protecting Sensitive and Important Records
Mixing Generations in the Classroom: Can They Coexist?
Beauty Changes Lives
Every Vote Counts: Encouraging and Emphasizing the Importance of their Vote
Hip-Hop Haircuts: Curtis Smith Sets Trends
AACS Listserve Q & A
Now We’re Talking: An Education in Communication
Multicultural Corner
Health & Wellness for Educators: Tips for Being Healthy
A Student’s Perspective NEW!
And Then There’s Compliance
Remembering Two Beauty Legends
Beauty Before Boarding: Airport Salons Take Flight
Voices From the Classroom
CEA Annual Convention Photo Spread
Quiz Time: How Well Do You Know Your Association?
Associate Member Profiles: Makeup/Cosmetics
People & Places
New Products & Services
New School Members
Upcoming 2012-2013 Events
Index to Advertisers

Beauty Link - Volume 4, Issue 3