Whereas the other videos (which documented African American and Mexican beauty, among others) capped off at the one-minute mark, this episode approaches two minutes and focuses as much on the island country's history as it does the changing beauty ideals.
As the video cycles through each decade, we see how strongly both historical events and Western culture influenced Filipina beauty ideals. The 1930s look, for instance, takes cues from the American flapper movement, while the 1940s period was governed by the Japanese occupation during WWII.
Those unfamiliar with Filipina history may be surprised to see how westernized the nation's beauty ideals are and have been; I certainly was.
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