Avon Virtual Makeup Try On Sample

Makeup you can try on before you purchase

Ever buy a lipstick and find it doesn’t look good on you? You may have even “tested” it on the back of your hand to see how it looks on your skin. The trouble is – the back of your hand isn’t the same as your lips. And your hand isn’t surrounded by the rest of your face!

How about foundation? Now that’s a tricky one. You look at a multitude of shades, pick the one you’re sure is right, then find out it makes you look pale, too tan…or maybe just an unnatural orange.

This is frustrating because makeup isn’t cheap. You can spend a lot of money only to find out your choices don’t work and may even make you look older! On top of that, you’re stuck with tubes, jars and bottles of items you’ll never use or have the time to return. And if that’s not enough, you’re still back to square one with no solutions.

I’m always excited to show you how Avon helps you enhance your natural beauty and this one is no exception. This isn’t a cosmetic. It is a tool to help you find out what products look good on you.

Introducing Avon’s Virtual Try-On tool. It lets you experiment with the vast array of Avon products to see how they really work. And it’s easy to use. All you have to do is take a picture of your face. (Hint: to get the best lighting, do this outside in the sunlight.) Next, load it into the site and start trying the products.  You may want to begin with a foundation, then check out lipsticks, eye shadows, and blushes. You can take your time and as many products as you want. The end result is what we all desire – finding the combination that makes us look as good as we can…and have fun in the process!

If you want to see it for yourself, contact me and I’ll be happy to get you started. How much better would life be if from now on, you only buy the products that really bring out the best in you? 

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