Interactive 'magic mirrors' are changing how we see ourselves – and shop
from Fast Company
"Mirror mirror on the wall, who has the darkest under-eye circles of them all?" When the Evil Queen summoned the magic mirror, the face staring back at her told her what she wanted to hear: She was the fairest of them all. Not a puffy peeper in sight. Modern-day versions of that interactive mirror in stores and in our homes are much more honest.
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