With Bixby Vision, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus cameras offer the ability to virtually try out makeup with Snapchat-like filters. Thanks to the front camera and ModiFace's integrated augmented reality technology (now owned by L & # 39; Oréal). If you like what you look like, you can also buy the makeup to add to your collection.
Whether you're using the AR feature to try different looks without removing make-up, or just want to check out products without going to the nearest store, here's how to try make-up with the Galaxy S9 and to buy.
How to activate Bixby Vision
To To find the makeup filter, you need to turn on Bixby Vision. Open the Camera app and tap the eye icon in the lower left corner. At the bottom of the screen you will see a gallery with various options such as shopping, food and places, but you will find the Makeup
To try on the various makeup filters , just tap on the different options at the bottom of the screen. Currently there are three brands to choose from: Sephora, CoverGirl and Laneige. You can either view products by selecting each brand individually, or browse all products by clicking All .
If you're not sure whether you prefer a smoky eye or more neutral tones, you can try out branded make-up looks. These filters give you a complete face of makeup that includes lipstick, blush, mascara, eyeliner, eyelashes and more. There is also the possibility to try on and combine various products such as eyebrow pencils, eyeshadow palettes, foundation and lipstick under different products.
Bixby Makeup has expanded its offering by 10 more looks since its launch Choose from – which are being introduced. In collaboration with Elle, the new looks come directly from the pages of the magazine. From a bright bronze look to blue lipstick to shimmering eyes, the latest additions to Bixby Makeup are just in time for those seeking inspiration for the summer.
How To Buy Articles
If it's a product You can start buying directly through Bixby. After taking a selfie while trying make-up, a window will pop up with all the products you've worn in the photo. You receive product information such as brand name, color, brief description and price. Once you tap the item, you'll be taken to the page you want via a web browser-unless you have the Sephora app, then you'll be redirected to the app instead.