3D-printed makeup is created from color hex codes

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We've already seen 3D printing enable consumers to create their own jewelry courtesy of startups such as Zazzy in the Netherlands. But what about cosmetics? Mink is a 3D printer that lets anyone print their own makeup by choosing a color from their computer. Introducing the device at TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2014, serial inventor and Harvard Business School graduate Grace Choi explained that she wants to change the current business model of cosmetics companies, which use the same materials but charge different prices depending on how niche the color is. For example, Walmart may stock a popular color No.17 eye…

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