With the emergence of smartphones in the latter part of the 2000’s, we do almost everything on our phones. We do a number of things each day like perform banking transactions, shop for clothes and send text messages. However, have you ever thought that your phone could be your beauty aid as well? There are numerous beauty apps out there and these are the best of the best for 2016.
Beautylish App– The Beautylish App allows you to discover the latest beauty looks and trends, as well as learn must-know makeup tips and shop for the latest beauty products. With the Beautylish App, you can shop for your favorite beauty products by brand like Sugarpill Cosmetics and Too Faced, or by category such as makeup and skin care. The app also offers step-by-step tutorials to show you everything from how to apply eyeliner to how to create nail designs.
The Glam App– The Glam App allows you to schedule freelance makeup, hair and nail experts to come right to your home, office or hotel. How cool is that? The app was designed by Joey Maalouf, a hair stylist and makeup artist to celebrities.
Pretty in My Pocket App– The Pretty in My Pocket App takes the hassle out of going to the store, purchasing a beauty product and going back home only to discover that the product just doesn’t do what it says it will. With the Pretty in My Pocket App, you can scan a beauty product, while you are standing in the store, and the app will provide you with reviews from the most popular websites and bloggers.
Modiface Makeup App– The Modiface Makeup App allows you to try on different makeup looks before you head to your local beauty store. With the app’s 3D video effects, you can try tons of makeup shades and colors in just minutes. With the app, you can also try out different hairstyles as well as accessories like earrings and sunglasses.
NailSnaps– The NailSnaps App allows you to create and visualize custom nail art that you can then have the custom manicure kit shipped right to your home. The manicure kit contains two sheets of nail stickers and a nail file. The app was created by Angel Anderson and Sarah Heering, who founded their campaign on KickStarter. They successfully raised $49,157 that was backed by 928 pledgers.