Fashion meets 3D Printing
3D Printing is emerging in every field these days. A recent Harvard Business School grad has come up with an idea to make the DIY for cosmetics.
“The makeup industry makes a whole lot of money on a whole lot —,” Grace Choi told an eager crowd at Tech Crunch Disrupt. “They do this by charging a huge premium on one thing that technology provides for free, and that one thing is color.” Choi also noticed that makeup consumers aren’t always loyal to certain brands, but rather focused on convenience.
The Mink costs less than $300, with plans to launch later in the year. Watching something? See a color you like? Grab it off the screen and print it out in the form of makeup — lipstick, eyeshadow, foundation, etc — with the Mink printer.
They are use using FDA approve ink. We don’t need extra new software.:)