Mink has launched a product it is claiming to be the world’s first 3D make-up printer, capable of transforming images into wearable make-up.
Designed to be portable and compact, the printer weighs just 2.2lbs and is handbag-sized and controlled via an app. Ingredients are produced in accordance with the FDA rules and the manufacturing process follows FDA guidelines.
“Growth of online media and entertainment gave viewers the choice to select how and what content to consume. This choice allowed viewers to uniquely curate content, guided by their personal tastes, opinions and preferences. Mink brings that aspect of individuality and putting the user in the driver’s seat to beauty,” said Grace Choi, CEO and Co-founder. “Beauty content continues to move to digital and away from traditional TV and print. Users are turning to these images for inspiration, creating an opportunity to leverage image color data and transform them into physical makeup. I am thrilled to finally be able to share the Mink experience with everyone, and excited for the road ahead.”