dying Zhanna Friske came to the salon to do the last hairstyle

Since the death of Jeanne Friske five years. The singer died from brain cancer June 15, 2015. Three months before his departure, the actress last seen with his close friend and stylist Vlad Lisova. A dying star came to him to do last in my life the hair.

Vlad Lisovets openly talked about his last meeting with Zhanna Friske. They were friends for many years, and met when the singer came to the “Brilliant”. The stylist worked with the girls, responsible for their images.

When Jeanne was engaged in solo career, she continued to chat with Vlad. Of course, he knew about her illness. Three months before death, the artist had realized what was happening to her. It was the hardest treatment, just returned from America. “Then she came to herself, for a short period, we all cheered… and That’s when Jeanne decided to come to the salon to get a haircut,” said the stylist.

While Vlad gently suggested to her friend: “Maybe home? Maybe in a closed space?”. But he sharply said, “No, don’t.”

According to him, she came to herself. Administrators, clients were all in some kind of shock at the sight of Pink. “By the time Joan lost weight, but still was great, had a limp, walked with a cane. I ran out to her car, wanted a hand, but she replied: “No, I myself.” I was dumbfounded,” continues his confession Lisovets.

Jeanne was in the salon, everyone smiled and said Hello as if nothing had happened. Then asked, where her to sit down. “I gathered strength and asked: “Jeanne, what can I cut?” And she answered: “Yes, without a difference. I still don’t see anything”“- quoted by stylist website mk.ru.

This situation, as admitted Vlad, he divided his life into before and after. When she left the salon, had a terrible tantrum.

“It was awful. I cut his girlfriend, who sees only a silhouette, which has virtually no hair… can You imagine? What force will it was. I’ve seen other people with tears looked at us, because everybody understood the situation, and everyone could see horror on their faces. In the head spun this phrase: “anyway I don’t see anything”. It was not said with self-pity, it was in our style, so cynical, ridiculous, stupid”, he concluded.

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