I tried out the HiMirror smart mirror for a week

This is what it's like to have your face evaluated by a piece of machinery every day

The Himirror: a marvel of modern mechanics and finally a piece of tech worthy of my insatiable narcissism. It is described as a smart beauty mirror which communicates the number and depth of fine lines, “roughness” (whatever that means), red spots and dark spots on one’s haggard face, meaning that you can use it to track whether beauty products are working. In addition to this, it is supposed to provide tips and tricks to help you avoid the inevitable test of time, offers themed skincare education videos and the ability to surf the web. A product that serves many purposes, it took three years to develop and has been around since 2017, and yet, it’s not quite a household product yet. But should it be?

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