“The [Sminkindustrin] making tons of money from something that technology can do for ‘free’. That thing is color,” Grace Chow told Business Insider.
Grace Chow completely sonic created a mini-3d printer that makes it possible to print make-up in a color that can, for example, be picked from a photo online. The printer should not cost more than $300, or about SEK 2,000, if it starts to be manufactured.
Watch her demonstration of how the technique works below.