If you’re a celebrity on the red carpet with a million bulbs going off – you need to look good at every angle.
Your gown needs to be on point, your weave can’t have a track showing, and of course, you need immaculate makeup.
But a new app reveals what some of the best known stars in showbiz might look like without the help of their glam squad.
The app, called MakeApp, digitally ‘removes’ all trace of cosmetics from photographs.
Celebrities given a digital make-under by the app include Angelina Jolie and Kim Kardashian.
After downloading the app, users can let MakeApp wipe away their own carefully applied make up- even handy Snapchat filters can get erased.
It also works with both videos and pictures, and allows users to lighten the skin, minimise redness, or tone down harsh lipstick.
But while the app has caused something of a stir online, it has not been met with unanimous approval.
Lifestyle site Revelist hit out at the makers of the app, calling them ‘beauty-hating trolls’, writing: ‘If a woman steps out with makeup on her face, it’s because that’s the image that she wants to convey that day.’
‘It’s not up to us, or up to some creep with an iPhone, to determine what she “really” looks like underneath her makeup.’
‘If a woman is wearing makeup, it’s presumably because she WANTS to, and robbing her of that right is totally unfair.’
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