The recent Las Vegas international gadget show featured bizarre products, including a smart mirror that rates the person’s makeup or beauty products used.
As a pioneer of beauty technology brand, the HiMirror, combines with the voice assistant technology of Amazon’s Alexa. The voice assistant technology offers makeup tutorials, advice on how to take care of the skin, and it also tracks the person’s skin care goals as he or she uses a new beauty product.
HiMirror is also designed with a camera to analyze the complexion and skin of the person. It works by flashing the image to the user on its 10.1-inch mirror screen. Then, it will display by removing the imperfections, from wrinkles and red spots.
HiMirror also garnered the CES 2018 Innovation Awards Honoree as a recognition of the company’s exciting product launch. The products are judged by a panel of engineers, trade media members, and industrial designers.
The product is said to be available in the United States in late summer of 2018.
CES 2018 has also seen various launches of beauty and technology products in the attempt to portray smart beauty products and motivate the consumers to purchase cosmetics. One notable handheld device that is also gaining interest is the SalonLab app and analyzer that measures the person’s hair quality, color, and moisture.