This Invention Gives Women The Power To Have What They Want, When They Want It
June 30, 2014
Grace Choi is a 30-year-old serial inventor who is taking on the $55 billion makeup industry with do it yourself, 3D printed makeup.
Picture this: you snap a photo of a tropical purple flower and in less than two minutes you can print a lipstick in that exact color. And you'll do it at home with Mink, your personal 3D printer.
You don't need to know how to code, you don't need to understand 3D printing and you don't need a boatload of money.
The inkjet handles the pigment, and the same raw material substrates can create any type of makeup, from powders to cream to lipstick.
Watch it in action:
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