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"The shingle cut, the feather trim, the French Scissors cut or the cherub cut - no matter which you choose - a short hairstyle flatters your face.... When the American college girl first began to clip her long tresses, the general reaction was one of general horror."

"Many of our short hair cuts are French importations. These tend to be a bit more exaggerated than our own American originals. The 'gamine' hair cut is one example of the French type hair style which we Americans have adopted rather timidly. It is intentionally jagged at the edges, with a sleek cap of hair fitting the head closely."

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The Short Hair of the Late Forties (The Diamondback, 1949)

The Short Hair of the Late Forties (The Diamondback, 1949)

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