Can You Actually Print Makeup From Your Computer? Here You Go Ladies.

Meet Grace Choi, a recent graduate of Harvard University. She is the inventor of the worlds first 3D printer for makeup, known as Mink.

Mink allows anyone to print makeup from home by ripping the color code from photos on the internet. Color printers ink is the same ink makeup companies use in their products.

Here’s how it works:

Here is the Mink printer.


You first select the color you want to print.

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You would then use the color picker to copy the hex code of the color.

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Paste the hex code into the new document using Microsoft Paint of Photoshop.

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Then all you do is print.

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This is what it looks like once complete.

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Brush demonstration.

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As you can see, the make-up comes out perfect.

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via Business Insider

The Mink currently retails for $300 online.

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