You can think of a velocity as an inline replacement language for generating html. Imagine the parser reads your .vm file line by line, copying it out to a new file. For any part that is velocity, it executes that velocity, taking any output as the line it should put in the output, and for anything that is not velocity, it just copies the line.
So you can embed all your css into the header of your velocity file as though it were all simple html.
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