Changing Beauty, Hairstyles, and Makeup Over 100 Years in Mexico

The Cut is back with another installment of 100 Years of Beauty, in which they condense a century's worth of female beauty, hairstyle, and makeup trends into one fascinating minute. After taking us around the globe from the US to Iran to North and South Korea, the Cut added some Latina spice to their series with a new video focusing on Mexico.

The model, Reyna, shows off her playful spirit while embodying the bold beauty of Mexico. Each look is wildly different, progressing from the guerilla-inspired aesthetic of the 1910 Mexican Revolution, to the sensual smolder of a 1950s Maria Flix-esque look, to the spunky scrunchies reminiscent of the 1990s in the US and other parts of the world.

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