Get Your Makeup Done By Panasonic’s Smart Mirrors

Some couple of years ago, we had a view of Panasonic’s smart mirrors, when they made over Engadget Managing Editor Dana Wollman into a 1970s space princess. The company is at CES 2016 show casing the mirror tech yet again, but with a couple of difference this time around. There were specific functions for each mirror. One mirror is for skin analysis, while the other is a cosmetics mirror where you can try on all kinds of different makeup looks.

These smart mirrors do have a few things in common. They both have a camera to capture your face — you’ll have to align your eyes to a horizontal line to get it calibrated and they’re both equipped with touch screens.

The mirrors are actually smart enough to see through thick layers of makeup and if your skin needs a bit more hydration.

The cosmetics mirror, on the other hand, let me apply all kinds of makeup, from edgy eyeshadows to peachy lip hues. You can even fine-tune the makeup by bringing a particular palette into Photoshop and enhancing, say, the lashes, and then applying that to the overall look. You can either select just certain makeup to try on, and go for custom looks like “Edgy” or “Dolly.

The idea here is that these smart mirrors can be used in the retail space, especially in the cosmetics counter at the mall or at your local Sephora. It’ll suggest products you can buy right on the screen, so you can either buy them right there or simply check them out in person at the store.

These smart mirror is just the very match for ladies out there or what do you think?

Originally published at NoizMakaz.

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