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During the Renaissance blond hair became so much de rigueur in Venice that a brunette was not to be seen except among the working classes. Venetian women spent hours dyeing and burnishing their hair until they achieved the harsh metallic glitter that was considered a necessity. During the Renaissance, fashionable aristocratic Italian women shaved their hair several inches back from their natural hairlines.