Back in the old days, if you wanted makeup, you usually had to go to a store and visit a cosmetic outlet. In the early 2010s, clunky sites where you could upload a photo of yourself for a free virtual makeover appeared. They are fun, but not very high quality.
These days, however, trying out new looks is easy. It is made simpler by many selfie tools for Android and iOS.
Here are some amazing apps that will give you a virtual Virtual makeover.
Years ago, we covered an early makeup site called taaz.com. Taaz is a brilliant online virtual makeup site that lets you add a number of enhancements to your uploaded profile photo with a single mouse click.
The ease of uploading photos makes it an attractive tool, and the website is free to use: all it takes is registration. Unfortunately, Taaz is no longer available, but a similar app has appeared instead. One such application is Hairdressing.
Hairstyle Makeover is a free virtual makeup app that allows you to try out new hairstyles. You can test out this hairstyle with one of the in-app models, or try a new look on a photo of yourself.
Hairstyle Makeover is similar to Tazz’s makeup system, and is great for trying out basic colors and cuts. That said, the app is definitely barebones compared to many of the other tools available. It’s also only available for iOS.
Mary Kay Virtual Makeover
Mary Kay Virtual Makeover is a very fun and quite sophisticated app. It’s also one of the best virtual makeup experiences because of how valuable it is.
Through the application, you can try various cosmetics using a large selection of models in the application. You can also use your own face to try out new hairstyles and virtual makeup looks.
If you’re using your own face, Mary Kay maps out your features with reference points so she knows where to apply makeup. Then you can choose various products to try.
Once done, you can click the button Compare to see what your face looks like before and after your makeup. You can also tap the button My Look, which lists all the products you’ve used, along with their prices.
Perfect365 is one of the best virtual makeup apps that you can use. After trying it out, I was really impressed with its face mapping capabilities.
Unlike the Mary Kay Virtual Makeover app where you have to manually tell it to map your face Perfect365 automatically maps your features when you upload your photos. It does this with a surprising degree of accuracy.
If your face doesn’t map properly, Perfect365 lets you manually adjust the points by tapping and holding. Once your face is mapped, you can choose from a selection of pre-made looks. The app also lets you design your own look from scratch.
Once done, you can tap the screen to see your face before and after you apply the virtual makeover. There are so many different looks that you can try for free.
The only downside? You can download the edited images to your phone, but the photos are low resolution. If you want to download a higher resolution, you must do one of the following:
- Pay full app to save unlimited photos.
- Get higher resolution photos for 60 days by completing surveys.
- Download images for free (one time) by watching videos.
There is also the option to subscribe to Perfect365 PLUS, which unlocks every feature in the app and reduces ads.
YouCam Makeup is a virtual makeup app that looks so much like Perfect365 that we initially thought it was a clone. Like Perfect365, YouCam Makeup is very advanced when it comes to face mapping. It’s also very intuitive and easy to use.
Once you’ve uploaded your photo, you can choose from a list of pre-built looks, or create your own step-by-step look. You can also download your photos, but if you want to back up your photos to your phone, you’ll need to sign up for a full account using your email address or Facebook.
There is also a premium version of the app which unlocks all the features using a subscription-based model. However, there are so many free views and tools that you can easily use without them.
Facetune2 is one of the most famous virtual makeup apps. It has some excellent photo retouching capabilities, and is devoted less to virtual makeup and more to overall photo editing, particularly selfies.
Facetune2 has features Relight which allows you to adjust the overall light angle in your photo. His face mapping ability is also good.
While some features of Facetune2 are free, the app strongly encourages you to subscribe by advertising its VIP features every time you log in. However, you can bypass these ads by tapping X in the upper left corner of your screen.
The final pick is the free virtual makeup app Camera360, which is my personal favourite.
Camera360 has very advanced photo editing capabilities that work great for selfies. We love it for its ability to accurately correct blemishes without overdoing it or making your face look unnatural. It’s also great for its various filters.
Camera360 is a very solid and reliable app if you want to make your selfies look beautiful. Even though it offers premium updates, I’ve been using the free version for years and have never experienced any noticeable issues or limitations.
Make Your Face Look Your Best With Virtual Makeup
There are many apps to choose from free virtual makeup. Editing photo You’ve become commonplace, and in fact so common that it’s almost to be expected nowadays. Everyone does, and decorating your own face can be fun.