Talking to a blurry, grainy, image with incorrect color balancing isn’t fun.Now there have been a lot of advances in lenses but they’re a bit more expensive. Because you don’t video chat a lot anyway…Self-explanatory. The downside is that you’ll probably need to get out of your PJ’s and run a comb through your hair for your “phone call” or blog — potentially a big deal for those who work at home. People seem to like it because communication is more effective and memorable when you can see the other person’s face.It's made by company Modiface, who claim the results will only be visible to the user.Exciting news for LDS youth (or anyone who wants to tune in)!I don’t think it's what the makers of Beauty Mirror had in mind when they created it.
Since it’s important to make the right visual impression, I thought I’d share a few tips I’ve learned from experience.
Facebook said that the feature will be rolled out to other regions “over the coming months”.
I did it using an app called Beauty Mirror, which let me spend over one and a half minutes slimming, enhancing and editing my appearance.
I enlarged my eyes, gave myself a brow lift and then an overall face lift.
I also had a virtual nose job – as well as some intense anti-ageing treatment. I don’t look like I belong on the cover of Vogue, but I do look normal and healthy.