Virtual makeup brightens video calls (video) life

 Virtual makeup brightens video calls (video) life
L’Oreal Paris has launched a line of virtual makeup by bringing digital beauty looks to your selfies and video calls. Image courtesy of Lia Oriel by AFP

Paris, November 17 – “Sorry, my camera is not working.” How many times have you heard an excuse during online video meetings – or used it yourself? Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated during this time, but it can be a bit confusing when confronted with colleagues or friends over video calls.

Could there be an answer to the introduction of virtual makeup on calls without spending too much time in the bathroom? This is the solution suggested by global cosmetics giant L’Oreal Paris with its “Signature Face” digital makeup.

In early 2020, the coronavirus epidemic has completely changed the way people use, communicate and work, making everything digital our main ally in everyday life. Whether with a smartphone, tablets or computer, the device camera is now more turned on than ever before, connecting us when taking down down steps.

In fact, anyone who thought they would spend the whole day in pajamas with unruly hair was certainly not curved to be seen in their natural abode, as the device fires the camera to dial in video conferencing, whether for work or with friends Have. And family.

It usually develops some kind of problem in the camera at the moment. Some people don’t have a camera – never one – others don’t know how to use it. Then there are all the cameras that mysteriously stop working properly when the call is about to start. There are lots of excuses to stay away from my horrible look … at least, for anyone who has snoozed on the alarm instead of spending time on hair and makeup.

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Now, L’Oreal Paris – which has received a growing reality expert modiferisation in 2018 – is introducing a new tool that can help millions of housewives. “Signature Face” is a line of 10 virtual makeup products on three different themes (volumesizing capsules, plump shots, fire matches), allowing users to apply virtual makeup to their work calls or parties online in just a few clicks.

You can try this new beauty experience on Snapchat, Instagram, Google Duo, Skype, Zoom and Google Hangouts, after installing the new software and following some simple set-up steps for the platform of your choice. – AFP-RelaxNews

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