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  • Is beauty tech the next step for wearables?
  • Is beauty tech the next step for wearables?
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Is beauty tech the next step for wearables?

The manicure of the future could be closer than you think, as the beauty industry incorporates wearable technology. Japan's Takara Tomy Arts has developed stick-on nails embedded with tiny antennas and LEDs – designed to light up whenever the wearer is in range of NFC signals.

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