The $55 billion dollar beauty industry should be afraid, very afraid.
Harvard business student Grace Choi has created an at-home 3D makeup printer- capable of printing out eyeshadows, creams, lipsticks, etc. How is this possible? Grace developed her product based off of one thought: “The makeup industry…charges a huge premium on something that tech provides for free. Color.“
The 3D makeup printer called Mink, works just like a regular printer; Only this one prints makeup- and has the ability to copy exact pigments used by the big name beauty brands. Imagine being able to print your own YSL Midnight Blue eyeshadow at home and without the cost! As Grace puts it,
“The make-up industry makes a whole lot of money on a whole lot of b——-“.
Click here to watch Grace and her 3D printer in action!
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