If you are concerned about being monitored, anti-surveillance make-up confuses facial recognition algorithms.

Fashion fights facial recognition systems via garish make-up, face-printed T-shirts, punk hair extensions

  • If you can bear your face resembling a Picasso painting – swirls, odd shapes, primary colours – wearing strategic make-up can foil facial recognition algorithms
  • Alternatively, try decoy T-shirts and dresses printed with facial features, or a hairpiece with spikes or a fringe obscuring the top half of your face
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If you are concerned about being monitored, anti-surveillance make-up confuses facial recognition algorithms.
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Melissa Twigg

Melissa Twigg

Melissa Twigg is an award-winning British journalist getting over a serious case of geographical commitment phobia. After 12 years of living in Paris, Cape Town and Hong Kong, she recently returned to London where she writes about art, travel, fashion, design and environmental issues in the cities she knows best.