This smart mirror actually made me really vain.
It's called the high mirror plus, and what it does is it analyzes wrinkles, lines, the complexion of your skin, dark circles, pores and red spots using this camera up here.
Once you've taken the scan what it does is it sends all this data to the cloud And then it compares your skin from that information from dermatologists to give you that reading and then you get an analysis of what's wrong and what's right about your skin.
Now I had a full face of makeup on and you're supposed to pull your hair back.
Back so you have a clear view of your face.
So, my readings weren't totally accurate, I have to say.
But it did tell me that my makeup was working cuz it said I had zero dark circles.
But it told me I had a few wrinkles, which wasn't what I wanted to hear.
Once you have this information, you can work out if your skin care routine is working or not.
And then, it also gives you tutorials as well, if you want to watch that and bring your makeup game up to scratch.
These LED lights here also change, and you can adjust them depending on a setting like grocery store or department store or outdoors to see if lighting is right for your makeup.
It's gonna be $259, it's called the Hi Mirror Plus.
And it's also gesture controlled, so you don't actually have to touch the mirror while you're doing your makeup.
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