On their smartphones. Foundation app that lancôme created under the name of virtual try-on makeup . That helps to find the exact skin color thanks to augmented reality. For her part, despite some critics warning that the apps are not a substitute for a real test, vogue business innovation editor maghan mcdowell agrees that the programs are not 100% accurate. But that customers still find them useful. Smart skin care tools would you trust a computer to assess your skin? This is exactly what the himirror made by taiwan's new kinpo group does.
The program takes a photo of your face every time you log in and scans it for wrinkles, red spots, pores, fine lines, and shine levels. As e commerce photo editing service does olay, which offers a similar app called skin advisor . And the new futureyou simulation , which uses augmented reality to show users what their skin and face will look like in the future. Printed makeup can you imagine being made up by a robot? If you see it as an option in the future, you should know that some devices are already being tested today. For example, a makeup printer presented at the 2019 edition of the consumer electronics show (ces), one of the largest technology fairs in the world.
For its part, design agency seymour powell unveiled a printer idea that would allow makeup looks seen on the internet to be downloaded and printed directly onto people's faces. Combining 3d printing, facial recognition technology and image analysis through artificial intelligence, the élever would enable brands and influencers to sell makeup looks directly to consumers. 3d or e-make up one of the latest trends in beauty technology involves the use of cosmetics that are not real. Inspired by augmented reality filters on snapchat and instagram, e-make up artists let you download makeup looks to boost your digital