Ardell, a supplier of eyelashes and eyebrow beauty products, is bringing eight Halloween-inspired looks to the augmented reality application YouCam Makeup.
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With augmented reality applications, and the newfound willingness for users to allow themselves to be augmented, we are entering a new era in targeted advertising.
In the wake of the wildly popular Pokémon Go application, retailers are brainstorming ways to integrate augmented reality features into their bricks-and-mortar stores to draw in millennial shoppers and add interactivity to shopping experiences – a feat that could be accomplished with the right partnerships.
The city of Orlando, FL, is the latest to roll out a new tourism-centric application that allows guests to purchase discount tickets to theme parks and leverage augmented reality to preview local attractions, highlighting mobile’s sales-driving potency for major travel destinations.
Elizabeth Arden, Ardell and Paul Mitchell are a few of the brands making their products visible on the YouCam Makeup application, which recently underwent a new upgrade to incorporate beauty looks into a daily horoscope.
Sephora is doubling down on augmented reality and artificial intelligence sales tactics by enabling shoppers to virtually try on false lashes, watch tutorials using their own image and engage via a chatbot to trial and purchase lip color.
StubHub is continuing to simplify ticket-buying experiences by enabling application users to slide their smartphone into a pair of virtual reality goggles to receive a better view of a potential seat in a stadium or concert hall.
Jay Manuel Beauty, Iman Cosmetics and Cover FX are among the brands leveraging a mobile application to match products to consumers based on skin tone with an experience that feels natural through the use of selfies and underscores the importance of personalization in the beauty sector.
Sportswear retailer Moosejaw is taking advantage of VR commerce by rolling out a triple-threat virtual reality application, allowing consumers to experience a slew of outdoor activities, participate in mobile contests with shareable results and shop featured products.
EBay Australia is teaming up with retail brand Myer to bring a forward-thinking way of shopping to consumers in the form of a virtual reality department store, enabling consumers to use a special viewer to inspect products before completing their purchase via the eBay application.