Top Beauty Apps in 2016

Here are the top most popular beauty and fashion android or IOS apps in 2016

The Glam App

Founded by celebrity hair and make-up artist, Joey Maalouf (whose clients include the likes of Rachel Zoe and Molly Sims) and actress/blogger Cara Santana, this beauty on-demand app is the latest to add to your queue. The Glam App works with a variety of freelance stylists and artists offering hair, nails and makeup services delivered straight to your door. Whether you are looking for an updo, a manicure, or a blowout, you’ll be able to select your own stylist—and request them each time you need an at-home glam session. Currently available to use in New York, Los Angeles, Orange County, Dallas and Las Vegas, this is your ticket to A-List styling perks on any budget.

Spruce

Taking skincare to the next level, Spruce offers dermatologist appointments virtually through your phone. Once you’ve chosen a certified dermatologist through the app (each doctor’s profiles are available to choose from) users can then share skin issues, information and photos through the app. Whether you have an acne breakout or a skin rash, you can send photos or details regarding your condition immediately through the app. Within 24 hours, you will receive a personalized skincare treatment plan and prescriptions, if any are needed. The virtual skincare consultation and treatment plan is available for $40 for those who want to bypass a trip to the dermatologist office.

Priv

If you’re in need of an at-home (or in the office) pampering session, the Priv app allows you to order a masseuse, personal trainer, yoga instructor, hairstylist, manicurist or makeup artist directly to your doorstep. Users can order multiple services at once and select their Priv professional through the app. Available in both New York and Los Angeles, the at-home services can be delivered in as fast as an hour or booked up to 48 hours in advance for the ultimate beauty indulgence.

Keep Shopping

Ideal for the beauty product addict, the Keep app allows you to shop using a universal mobile cart. So now your beauty products from Chanel, CVS, Sephora and more can all be purchased at one time through the same cart, making for a seamless shopping experience. Users can also discover which beauty products are trending and new while scrolling through the feed.

 

Visada

After uploading your selfie, Visada then analyzes your picture to develop a personalized comprehensive beauty profile. The app breaks down an assessment of your skin and eye care, offering up suggestions on how to improve your beauty regimen. For makeup and hair, Visada offers product suggestions in specific colors and shades to help you perfect your beauty routine to a tee.

L’Oreal Makeup Genius

L’Oreal’s new app is a game-changer for any beauty lover. Gone are the days of visiting drugstores or makeup counters to try on countless smudges of different shades—this app has a real-time camera that allows you to virtually try on any beauty product or shade. The camera acts as a mirror and allows you to try on different beauty looks, showing the makeup on your face as you move. With this app you can also try different makeup looks from the red carpet, seen on celebs like Lupita Nyong’o or Jennifer Lopez.