Grace Choi, a Harvard Business School graduate has come up with a way to get any color makeup you want from home. Thanks to 3D printing technology which can create everything from fabric to even food, the young entrepreneur has come up with Mink—a mini 3D printer for home use that allows the consumer to print out any and every makeup color with FDA-approved ink. With the Mink, you can take a photo from your computer or smartphone, pull the hex code and print it out to wear. We’re going to live in a world where you can take a picture of your friend’s lipstick and print it out,” Choi says about the invention.
Set to be priced at less than $200, the product is to launch later this year with a target audience of girls 13 to 21-years-old. You can watch the video below from the TechCrunch Disrupt conference to learn more about Mink. Would you be brave enough to wear makeup that comes from a printer or would you stick to the classics?