Use a 3D printer to print makeup?! YES PLEASE.

"Grace Choi was at Harvard Business School when she decided to disrupt the beauty industry. She did a little research and realized that beauty brands create and then majorly mark up their products by mixing lots of colors.

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Choi created her own mini home 3D printer, Mink, that will retail for $300 and allow anyone to print makeup by ripping the color code off color photos on the internet. It hooks up to a computer, just like a normal printer."

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Words cannot describe how much I want this. I'm pretty sure I'm not alone. I dunno if this has been shared before, so sorry if it has and I'm late to the party!