Make Me Bald

Make Me Bald

When you take a closer look at Google Play you will soon discover a new application that lies within the first top 100 applications. The app is called Make Me Bald and promises to let you see yourself as a bald man in case you are not one already.

This application is small-sized and can be easily downloaded and run as it has no special hardware or software requirements. It has quite a few nice options that are really helpful but we honestly think that they should be there anyway as the app will be hardly useful if they are missing. Make Me Bald makes use of your Android device camera and lets you take pictures of yourself, or you can choose one from a gallery or even Facebook. Then the application scans the image, finds your eyes, nose and chin and allows you to shave your head and see how you would look like if you were a bald man. This is pretty much it – and it is a fun activity!

Now the downsides – it does have some. For example you must be really careful as the application is not the most precise we have seen and you can easily shave the wall behind you. When you do you will realize that the app depends on a picture layer that is applied on the picture you are working with. In addition the layer itself is not that great so do not expect to see the results listed on the Make Me Bald page in Google Play.

Still Make Me Bald is a fun app – it can give you an idea how you will look like if you lose your hair and you can get it for free. Just make sure to find it on Google Play here.

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