Mink Printer Could Change the Face of Makeup Manufacturing

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The $382 billion global beauty business, with $55 billion in makeup alone, may see an uglier side of the industry with the recent introduction of Mink, a proprietary 3D printer that allows users to print open-source cosmetics. Some of the top makeup manufacturers based in the United States and Europe could now face consumers manufacturing similar products in the comfort of their own home.

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