Transcript for Stylists Use Google Glass to Create Step-By-Step Tutorial Videos
you go to a makeup store, a department store, you get that makeover, you are feeling great and bought the stuff and can't do it again so it is causing stores and salons to get a little technical using Google glasses to give you a firsthand look at their work so you can re-create it and Cecilia Vega gave it a try. ? Reporter: It never fails, you get the perfect salon blow-out, a makeup counter makeover and try to re-create it at home, epic fail. But that same wearable technology loved by everyone from a-list celebrities to athletes even princes could make that painful attempt to re-create beauty perfection painless. Now pros are picking up the lipstick. Let's get that red lip. And the blow dryers and putting on Google glasses to record their work. Sending customers home with step-by-step video tutorials so they can replicate the real deal. The aim of the makeover through the artist's eyes is really a different experience. You're seeing the full application from start to finish. Reporter: Want the perfect updo, braid or side pony, hairstylists from matrix are recording it all sending you home with a video that costs an additional $10. All right, it's time for me to put these Google glasses to the test of the let's go. Hi. Hi. I'm not the only one who gets this amazing blow-out and goes home and can't re-create it. It's usually all happening behind your head. You're seeing it from my perspective. Reporter: George puts on the Google glasses and goes to work. Each step recorded from start to finish. You want that to just give you like that really pieciness. Now it's time for me to try. I've got my three-minute video. Now it's time to see if I can replicate what the pros did. My arms hurt. Easier said than done but, hey, not too bad. If I do say so myself. Tah-dah. For "Good morning America," Cecilia Vega, ABC news, los Angeles.
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