Augmented reality mirror helps select makeup – even with face mask on

SEOUL (Reuters) – An augmented reality (AR) mirror at the new Seoul flagship boutique of cosmetics powerhouse Amorepacific makes easy work of seeing if that scarlet shade of lipstick or long-lash mascara suits you – even if you’re wearing a face mask. The mirror takes a photograph of the customer’s face and analyses it, recommending products based on skin texture, and addressing any blemishes, wrinkles or dark circles. Customers can then see a computer-generated image of what they would look like wearing a wide range of foundations, blush, eye products and lipsticks. South Korea has been praised how it has handled COVID-19, but Asia’s fourth-largest economy has experienced persistent outbreaks in recent weeks, mostly in the capital. “It took very little time and I didn’t need to talk to anyone before I made my purchases,” Cho said.

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