The personalized beauty offering provides curated makeup looks, visual ‘how to’s’ and quick tips, as well as recommending corresponding products from Coty’s beauty portfolio, which includes brands such as Clairol, Rimmel, Max Factor, Bourjois and Sally Hansen. The technology is capable of delivering over 2,000 unique combinations of looks for hair, eye and skin color, as well as by event type. It can be synced up to Facebook profiles, in order to suggest specific looks for upcoming events, and allows users to add products from each look directly to their Alexa shopping list.
“Digital innovation with a focus on voice and virtual assistants is a key part of our digital strategy as we aim to bring consumers frictionless beauty experiences,” said Jason Forbes, Coty Chief Digital and Media Officer. “Further, this skill allows us to deliver an authentic and personalized experience for beauty enthusiasts that happens near real time, delivering customized looks in the context of a person’s lifestyle and personal attributes.”
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