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  1. “100 Years of Hair and Makeup” Series Takes a Look at the Fashions of North and South Korea

    Cut Video has previously showcased 100 years' worth of Iranian and African-American women's fashion, and now model Tiffany and the team are taking a decade-by-decade look at the makeup and hairstyles of North and South Korea.

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  2. Cut Video Looks at 100 Years of Hair and Makeup in Iran

    For their third installment in the awesome "100 Years of Hair and Makeup" series, Cut Video and their model Sabrina take a look at how fashion has evolved in Iran over the past century.

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  3. 100 Years of Hair and Makeup Part 2, Featuring Hairstyles For Black Women


    Early last month we showed you all a video featuring popular hairstyles for each decade of the 20th century, and at the time, we were kind of hoping they would do more for different kinds of people in the future. Now Cut Video has made our hope a reality with this new video; it's the same "100 years in 1 minute" format, but with a specific focus on the sort of looks that were popular for black women.

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  4. Watch 100 Years Worth Of Mainstream Hair and Makeup Styles In One Minute

    How accurate is it, costume nerds?

    On the one hand, everybody knows that fashion evolution is too complicated to be broken down decade by decade, to say nothing of how these sorts of videos usually favor the dominant and mainstream modes of style over that of marginalized communities and counterculture. On the other hand, hellooooo hair porn. Sometimes you just wanna watch somebody go from victory curls to crimped ponytails in under 60 seconds, y'know?

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  5. Three Years of Selfies Create One Really Impressive Time-Lapse Lip Sync [Video]

    Can we end the "selfie olympics" now? This kid wins gold, silver, and bronze.

    A UK teen took a picture of himself every day for three years to create a time-lapse video for Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now." He wound up with a pretty amazing result, but we're a bit preoccupied with the fact that he just happened to post the multi-year project during the selfie olympics. Is he on some kind of Queen-themed time traveling mission?

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  6. Here’s How to Get a Space Shuttle Off of an Airplane [Video]

    We've already seen the Space Shuttle Enterprise preparing for its flight on the back of a modified Boeing 747, and we've even seen it in the air over New York City. Now, here's a time lapse peek into what it took to get Enterprise off its piggyback carrier. Of course, this orbiter's journey isn't quite over yet. It's still got a barge ride to its final home at the Intrepid Air and Space museum on the Hudson river.

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  7. The Milky Way and Aurora Rise Over South Dakota [Video]

    Just a quick reminder from filmmaker Randy Halverson: The universe is a beautiful, wonderful place. Or at the very least, South Dakota looks pretty great in a long-exposure time lapse video.

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  8. Tortoise Eats The Heck Outta This Salad, Mercifully Time Lapsed [Video]

    Proving that you can make anything interesting by time lapsing it and slapping some cliche dramatic music on top, Matthew Hoyos' video of a tortoise eating fruits and veggies is a real treat. At this speed, that tortoise is a terrifying eating machine with a vegetarian diet. As fun as the video is, I ache to know how long it took the tortoise to get through his meal in regular time.

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  9. Beautiful Time Lapse Film Captures the Very Large Array as It Scans the Skies

    For those unaware, the Very Large Array is a collection of radio telescopes out in the desert near Socorro, New Mexico. With it, scientists are able to probe the edges of the universe, and witness amazing sites invisible to the eye. It was also a critical set piece in the film Contact, and what's more, the sight of all those radio antennas pointing skyward is more than a little iconic. Using time lapse photography and motion graphics, film maker Douglas Koke lets the amazing telescopes take center stage in his short film Signal to Noise. It's a pretty amazing look at an astounding piece of human ingenuity.

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  10. Yosemite National Park’s Staggering Beauty Captured in HD [Video]

    You've probably heard about how gorgeous Yosemite National Park is, but you probably have never seen it filmed so beautifully as it is here by Sheldon Neill and Colin Delehanty. In this time lapse video, filmed over the course of several days, you'll see roiling clouds, the Milky Way, and tiny people skittering about the enormity of nature. Simply beautiful.

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