Two new devices were unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

A machine that helps people with limited hand and arm mobility apply lipstick and an electronic eyebrow makeup application are both available on the internet.

The HAPTA machine is similar to the spoons that help people with limited mobility eat on their own, according to Guive.

People can eat on their own if they want to. The community wanted something similar to be used for makeup. I've done things that push, but this one was really hard.

People with limited fine motor skills can use HAPTA to apply makeup at home using technology created by Verily Life Sciences. The lipstick is level as the user moves it closer to their mouth. There is a magnetic attachment, a built-in battery, and the ability for the user to change the color of their lipstick.

The future of beauty is Inclusive. The CEO of the L'Oréal Groupe said in a press release that the future will be made more accessible by technology. The purpose of the company is to create the beauty that moves the world.

L’Oréal Brow Magic

Temporary tattoos, but for your eyebrows. Credit: L’Oréal

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, L'Oréal introduced a new product called Brow Magic, which is quite different from the HAPTA. The device that gives you the perfect brow is called Brow Magic. It is possible to use it by scanning your face, choosing the shape, thickness, and effect of the brow you'd like, brushing L'Oréal Brow Magic primer over your eyebrows, and then applying a top coat. It uses 2,400 nozzles to make eyebrows on you in a matter of seconds. They're non-permanent and can be removed with makeup removal.

They are expected to launch in 2023.