Technology that takes a 3D image of your face and measures your complexion, shadows and lines could help you with your makeup: “The technology, showcased at CeBIT, the world’s biggest high-tech fair, takes a 3D image of your face and measures your complexion, shadows and lines. Specially designed computer software then matches your face to 60 pre-programmed models and advises how much makeup should be applied to which parts of your face based on professional make-overs conducted on the models.”
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