How to hire professional makeup experts online, with Google, LinkedIn, and a personal makeup appointment
TechCrunch article Google and LinkedIn are offering a personalized makeup consultation service for professionals, offering a direct link to a professional makeup consultation app, according to a report by BuzzFeed News.
The app is named Facebooth, and will allow users to request an in-person makeup consultation for an appointment.
According to the BuzzFeed report, Google will send out an email and a message to the email address you have specified.
The email is meant to send a message that the person you are hiring will be available to answer any questions you may have.
Google and LinkedIn will also send a personalized email for each appointment, but will have to send it through an email address associated with the user.
A Google representative said that the personalized email will be sent to the individual’s inbox on a first come first serve basis.
The Facebooths will allow for a limited amount of time, and the user can only request one face-to-face consultation per month.
The app is free, and you can view the full Terms and Conditions here.
The company is also working on a facial app, which will allow customers to get a face-scanning device, which is a similar concept to Google Glass.
Google Glass is available for purchase through a partnership with Tissot, and it’s expected to be released in 2017.