Share on FacebookShare on TwitterAs a phase of their one hundred Years of Attractiveness video series, the team at Cut.com has created a brief video superbly illustrating how Korean cosmetic in either the South and the North has evolved during the last100 years.
Starting with a colonial-era glance from the start of the twentieth century and finishing amongsta phenomenaltrendyappearance from today, the video even splits once it reaches the 1950s to turn how makeup and type has evolvedone at a timearound the borders of North and South Korea.
The video starts in the 1910s with a stunningly regal and vintage expect from Koreas duration after first being colonized through Japan.
Soft and graceful curls with naturally sharp makeup signify the look of the 1920s.
Bright red lips and a decorated hat are the mannerissues of the 1930s look.
The 1940s presented up a more loose and unfastenedsearch for women.
The 1950s marks the historic split into the ROK (South Korea) and the DPRK (North Korea), with the South wearing a glamorous old-Hollywood look in stark contrast to the Norths militarized fashion.
Big hair and brighter makeup characterizes South Korea in the 1960s when compared to the herbal country look from North Korea.
The impression of Western tasteis plain in South Korea in the 1970s whilst a bright summer look is on display screen in the North.
In the 1980s, South Korea is in a position to get ambitiousand cool while a more simplistic and stoic look is liked in the North.
A lovely and poppy look used to beconventional in the 1990s in the South while a functional and conservative look exemplifies the North.
K-pop makes its mark on South Korean beauty in the 2000s while the North sees a go back to fashion in the sort ofarmy uniforms.
Finally with the up-to-date fashion of the 2010s, South Korea favors long flowing hair with bold makeup while North Korea favors a tighter and brisker look.
Check out the entire video of a century of Korean fashion below:
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