Alcohol ageing app put to the test
Marie Claire's beauty assistant Jessica Hough road tests the new alcohol ageing app The Drinking Machine - with alarming results
Marie Claire’s beauty assistant Jessica Hough road tests the new alcohol ageing app The Drinking Machine – with alarming results.
Thinking of venturing out for after work drinks tonight? Yeah, I was too.
I use the past tense because this morning I naively downloaded this sneaky new app called The Drinking Machine that shows you just what’ll happen to your face if you continue drinking at your current rate.
JESSICA HOUGH’S EXTREME BEAUTY CHALLENGES
Everyone knows by now that drinking alcohol ages the skin way beyond its years, but it’s such a long, drawn out process that if you’re like me, you don’t really comprehend the full ramifications. So forensic artist Auriole Price developed this app to give an idea. It’s actually rather clever, being that it plays on our vanity rather than health.
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