Why Every Woman Wanted a "Farrah Flip"

Friday, June 26, 2009


Farrah Fawcett died yesterday after a long fight with cancer. She had a face that launched a million lunch boxes and a smile (and figure) that sold over 12 million posters. And a haircut—“The Farrah Flip”—that inspired generations of 'dos. It wasn't just a hairstyle, it was a way of living your life. Joining The Takeaway this morning is April Barton. She’s a celebrity hairstylist and owner of the hair salon Suite 303 in New York's Chelsea Hotel. Click through for the full transcript


April Barton

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Katherine Lanpher

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