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The printer invention that could crush the cosmetics industry

The printer invention that could crush the cosmetics industry

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In times of 'what colour to wear' make-up dilemmas wouldn't it be great if you could just make your own? Well it seems that thanks to a Harvard Business School grad, you can...

Grace Choi, a Harvard Business School grad debuted her new 'Mink' 3-D printer that not only prints make-up for its user, but does so in any colourway you could possibly want – in theory it can faciliate all manner of inventive colour options when it comes to your cosmetics kit.

Simply by grabbing the exact pigment colour code from a photo and hooking the small device up to your computer, you can create an endless supply of lipsticks and eyeshadows in any shade...

Choi demonstrated how the printer works at a tech conference in America recently, and plans on selling the inventive devices for $300 each. Reasonable, when you consider that it could potentially elimiate future make-up purchases, for ever.

Watch the impressive video below, now:

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