L’Oréal’s recent purchase of Modiface has directed interest to how technology can benefit the beauty business. Simultaneously, there is a quest for personalization, especially in skin-care where DNA plays a role in selecting products. Those trends dovetail in a new product from SkinGenie.
SkinGenie is a skin-care adviser that analyzes DNA and lifestyle. It also taps artificial intelligence for a deep dive into a user’s skin-care needs. From there, a report is generated that incorporates genetic predispositions for skin characteristics, including collagen breakdown, sensitivity to sun and photo-aging. Ingredients are recommended, which can be purchased from the web-based app or sought out from a retailer. Currently, SkinGenie features all of Sephora’s skin care products with plans to add other merchants this year.
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In a custom Dior dress fit for a supermodel, @karliekloss married her longtime love, @joshuakushner, in upstate New York yesterday evening. No word yet on honeymoon plans or, more interesting, the guest list. Kloss’ new sister-in-law, Ivanka Trump, did however share her congratulations when they couple became engaged in the summer. “So, so happy for you and Josh! I feel blessed to have you as a sister (!!!) Karlie and look forward to the happy memories we will create together as a family!” wrote Trump on Instagram. Tap the link in bio for everything we know so far. #wwdeye #rg
We are on the ground in Tokyo, a city known for its experimental style, shooting the best street style looks outside the shows. Tap the link in our bio for some serious trend inspiration from Tokyo Fashion Week. #wwdfashion
Photographed by @onilx