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They cut and curled it. They slept in rollers. They got permanent waves. No one wanted long, straight hair. This was the time of soft and feminine hair. Women were ready to do anything they needed in order to get it. There were no handheld blow-dryers, as we know them today. They were bulky models with hoses connected to plastic bonnets. Women also went to salons where they could sit under large domes that sent out hot air. Luckily, there were plenty of hair products on the market. These included home perms, curlers, hair spray, and gels.
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