Harvard student Grace Choi is going to be loved by makeup gurus everywhere thanks to her new invention called the Mink Makeup Printer. The printer, which is compatible with any desktop, is the first 3D printer for makeup -- yes ladies, makeup.
Imagine being able to turn any color you find on the Internet into a a real-life blush, eyeshadow or lipstick from the comfort of your own home. Mink is turning the concept into a reality. The printer was recently unveiled at TechCrunch Disrupt in New York and basically, using nothing more than existing software like Paint or Photoshop, your tech devices become "endless beauty aisles."
This mini home printer is set to retail for only $300 dollars and will be a definite game-changer for the beauty industry.