Grace Choi may have just changed the face of the cosmetic industry. The Harvard business beauty has come up with an extravagant sort-of-doesn’t-seem-real method of printing your own makeup right at home.
Before you become a skeptic, it seems like Choi has a method to her madness.
Her research at Harvard made her realize that cosmetic brands such as Urban Decay, MAC, Bobbi Brown, etc. create countless numbers of eyeshadow/cheek colours for each season. It would cost a fortune for any beauty guru to try and keep up with the latest trends. So, Choi has come up with a wallet friendly way to get your makeup in the 21st century. Her research indicated that the ink in printer cartridges is the same ink used in cosmetics, both are FDA-approved. As a result, choi developed a mini 3-D printer called “Mink” that allows anyone to print eye and cheek colours from a click of a button.
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