Consumers are on the hunt for ways to obtain customized products now more than ever, which has prompted the development and release of 'Adorn' that enables custom makeup to be essentially printed from the device. The 'Adorn' device starts by utilizing a built-in optical sensor to scan the person's skin tone; from here, the device blends a series of makeups from cartridges to perfect the desired tone.
The 'Adorn' device can run on the built-in battery for several weeks before needing a recharge and is able to be incorporated with replaceable cartridges once they run out. Looking to provide custom makeup without large machines, the 'Adorn' device is designed for female consumers who find their skin changes tone throughout the year.
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