Could this really be the future of the beauty industry? Imagine, watching a YouTube make up tutorial and totally loving the lipstick or eyeshadow the woman in the video is using. Just pause the video and with the help of Paint or Photoshop print the desired color et voila! Your new make up comes rolling out of the printer! Wouldn't that be great?! Grace Choi, founder and developer of this wonderful product sure thinks so. She made a heck of an entrance by presenting her product at TechCrunch Disrupt.
Do check her demonstration below:
The prototype is now the size of a regular printer but Choi intends to make the final product the size of a Mini Mac. Retail prices should be about $300.
Isn't technology a wonderful thing?! And being this young, smart and beautiful? More power to you, Grace.
I'm liking this! I can sense a whole lot of make up retailers grinding their teeth when hearing about this, I sure hope we get the chance to try the printer out soon. For more information, sign up on the website for the latest news.
How do you feel about this latest development?