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Urban Decay Vice Lipstick

If you’re even a little bit giddy about Urban Decay’s recent Vice lipstick launch, this is the app for you. Before you step foot in a store or commit to purchase, you can virtually try on any one of the brand’s 100 lipsticks, which could potentially save you loads of money. Plus it’s fun to be able to try them all on.

After downloading the app, you take one photograph of yourself and then the app virtually applies lipstick to your image. You see one lipstick color at a time and can swipe through all 100 colors in one sitting. Swipe right to save the color as a yes, swipe no if you’re not digging it. Once you’ve swiped through all the colors, you can access your saved photos to compare and shop. We like the idea of having different swipe sessions with different makeup each time. For example, maybe you want to try on the lipsticks with a dramatic eye look the first time, and with a more subtle, no-makeup makeup look the second.

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YouCam Perfect Selfie Pro

While the other apps focus specifically on lipstick and eyelashes, the YouCam virtual try on app lets you make up your whole face. Right now, they’re partnered with a couple different cosmetic brands, including tarte, Laura Gellar, Ardell, Velvet59, Elizabeth Arden, and ittse. The app also recently announced they’re collaborating with Kardashian Beauty, so stay tuned for that update.

After downloading the app, you can take a selfie or upload one. From there, you can customize your entire face with different products, including foundation, blush, contour, eye shadow, eye liner, faux lashes, and lipstick. As you navigate through all the cosmetic choices, you’ll notice there’s a slider tool that either enhances or minimizes the strength of the makeup on your face. If you adjust it with a deft hand, though, the results can be very realistic. Note that you cannot buy from within the app, but the app does tell you the name and brand of each product so you can shop later.

Have you ever used a virtual try-on app? More importantly, have you ever purchased something after virtually trying it on?

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