​7 inspirational, free, beauty apps you'll want to try right now

Whether you’re in a shop or simply on the go, these seven beauty apps will make it easy to buy your beauty products.

2016 may still be young, but there’s already a whole crop of new amazing and inspirational beauty apps for your phone or tablet. Try these seven amazing beauty apps — from trending products to the best digital makeover — to get completely gorgeous, without having to spend out the big bucks.

Whether you’re in a shop or simply on the go, these seven beauty apps will make it easy to buy your beauty products. Have fun!

1. Running out of time? Let the professionals to come to you, Glamsquad is an on-demand beauty-service free app that sends trained professionals and vetted stylists straight to your doorstep!

Glamsquad offers hairstyling and makeup services. It’s beauty as a service, without the hassle of the salon.

They can take appointments in as little as an hour. And don't worry about cash - your credit card will be charged automatically, including tips. iOS


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