Inspired by Invisible Computing and Wearable Computing, Katia Cánepa Vega proposes a new innovative form of interaction. Beauty Technology is a subfield of Wearable Computing that hides electronic components in beauty products applied to the skin, nails and hair. Katia´s word has been featured in New Scientist, Wired, Discovery, CNN, PSFK and others. She exhibited her work in several galleries and festivals such as Barbican in London,TekniskaMuseetin Stockholm, Music Tech Festival in Berlin and Bellagio in Las Vegas. She is currently Professor of Computer Science at UTEC (Peru). She held a postdoctoral degree in the group Responsive Environments at the MIT Media Lab. She obtained her doctorate and master's degree from the Informatics Department of PUC-Rio (Brazil). She was a researcher at Wearables Laboratory of HKBU (Hong Kong). Her undergraduate studies were carried out at the UNMSM (Peru).