MakeUp Instrument is a fun program with a pretty self-explanatory name - it allows you to apply virtual makeup tools to your portraits. You can use it if you are preparing for an important, upcoming event, for example.
The interface of the application is quite simple to work with, whether you are already accustomed to this type of apps or not. From the Instruments section you can select Liquify, Skin Cleaner, Glamour Skin, Shampoo, Original, Toothbrush, Eyeshadow, Eyeliner, Lipstick or Blusher, in order to adjust the face's aspect.
MakeUp Instrument supplies users with several adjustment options for each of the aforementioned tools. For example, you can adjust the hue, saturation, lightness and amount levels, use an eraser to undo any mistakes, change the size of the instrument, darken or lighten the skin when using Skin Cleaner, as well as pick the deform mode for Liquify, between Move, Push Left, Grow, Shrink, Stretch and Squeeze.
Additional features of the app allow you to undo and redo actions, zoom in and out, as well as to hold down the left mouse button to view the original pictures and make comparisons. Furthermore, you can copy or paste an image to or from the Clipboard, toggle full screen mode, switch to a different language for the UI, as well as pick the JPEG quality level.
MakeUp Instrument has a good response time, includes interactive video tutorials and supports some keyboard shortcuts. No error dialogs have been shown in our testing and MakeUp Instrument did not hang or crash. On the downside, the tool does not support multiple skins for the GUI, nor can be set to minimize to the system tray area. Other than that, MakeUp Instrument should please users of any experience level, even the younger audience.
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