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What was the change in women's fashion during the World War 1?

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WWI changed women's fashions. Women started to wear slightly shorter skirts. This was done partially to save on material needed for the war effort. This also caused body hair to fall out of favor. Gillette introduced the women's disposable razor in 1915.

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