Having a simulator of cutting and coloring hair is a good choice for those who want to change the look but are in doubt or insecure. These apps allow you to use your photo and test different styles, lengths, fringes, volumes and colors. Or even find out how totally bald he would look.
AppGeek brought together the best simulators to rock the look change. Check out!
HairFit is a haircut simulator for those who want to be inspired by the look of K-Pop stars. Use a photo from the gallery or take one right away to test out the looks. The hairstyles can be filtered by length, as Long, Medium, Bob (chanel) and Male.
Each category offers a wide variety of texture and color, including fringe and tones that are out of the ordinary, such as pink and blue. The results are realistic and can really help you make a decision.
If in doubt, use the collage feature with the options you like best and ask your friends for their opinion. Or, save or share what you like best to show the hairdresser or make a catch on social networks.
2. Hair Style Salon & Color Changer
Hair Style Salon & Color Changer is a hair simulator that brings together over a thousand different styles of cuts and hairstyles. The visuals are separated by categories and there are female and male options.
You can use a photo from the gallery or take one instantly. The user can also customize the color, including shading, adding more than one color, among other features.
If you like it a lot, the app tells you where to buy a wig like the one in the picture. However, only international stores are listed. The result, however, can be saved on the cell phone, to serve as inspiration for future cuts and colorations.
- Hair Style Salon & Color Changer (free, with in-app purchases): Android | iOS
3. Baldify – Make yourself Bald
Baldin English it means bald. Baldify – Make yourself Bald has the curious proposal to show how you would look totally without hair. Just fit your face in a mold and take a picture. Or if you prefer, use an image from the gallery. Adjust the position of the eyes and ears on the screen.
Then, just choose one of the various types of bald spots available. There is style with hair on the sides, with a small tuft on the top of the head, with entries, birthmark etc. If you want to customize by adding wires where you want or drops of sweat, you need to join the paid version of the application.
- Baldify (free, with in-app purchases): Android | iOS
FaceApp is an application known for making aesthetic changes to the look of those photographed. It is possible to include makeup, accessories, improve skin, gender, age, among others. One of the available resources is changing the hair style.
The app allows you to change both the style and hair color with a few taps on the screen. In the free version, there is only short or long hair and black color. To have access to more options, it is necessary to become a subscriber to the paid plan.
- FaceApp (free, with paid plan option): Android | iOS
5. Fabby Look – Hair Color Editor
Fabby Look is a color-only simulator. Its differential in the application of change in real time. Just tap on the desired tone to instantly see how it will look on you, with your image in motion.
When you like one, tap the shutter button in the center of the screen to take the photo. Then save or share. No mysteries or complex features, but also any customization or editing features.
- Fabby Look – Hair Color Editor (free): Android | iOS
6. YouCam Makeup: Selfie Cam and Virtual Transformation
Despite having the main focus on makeup, YouCam Makeup allows you to test different hair colors in real time. You can try two-color coloring styles, mix the color with that of your real hair, or see how it looks with just one shade.
The user can adjust the intensity of the “paint”, the brightness, as well as the coverage or how much it should blend to its original tone. Another difference is the possibility of not only taking a photo, but also being able to record a video with the effect.
- YouCam Makeup: Selfie Cam and Virtual Transformation (free, with in-app payment options): Android | iOS
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