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    Adorn 3D Printing Makeup Pen

    Newly established company Adorn has come out with a novel product - a portable 3D makeup printer/scanner that promises to detect your exact skin tone and print out foundation in a perfectly matching shade. According to Adorn, the printer, which comes in the form of a portable, lightweight pen, can match around 75,000 different skin tones. The pen comes pre-loaded with a cartridge of foundation consisting of three pigments that can be blended to match your skin once the scanner has detected the shade of your complexion. Check out more at 3DPrint.com: http://3dprint.com/111374/adorn-3d-makeup-printer/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian_Krassenstein View Post
    Newly established company Adorn has come out with a novel product - a portable 3D makeup printer/scanner that promises to detect your exact skin tone and print out foundation in a perfectly matching shade. According to Adorn, the printer, which comes in the form of a portable, lightweight pen, can match around 75,000 different skin tones. The pen comes pre-loaded with a cartridge of foundation consisting of three pigments that can be blended to match your skin once the scanner has detected the shade of your complexion. Check out more at 3DPrint.com: http://3dprint.com/111374/adorn-3d-makeup-printer/
    That is just the same principle as taking a piece of coloured material to the hardware store and a machine matches a batch of paint to the same colour.
    A hot melt glue gun is nearer to a 3D printer than something that basically makes skin coloured toothpaste.

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    It's amazing. I recently read that in 2016 - the cosmetics brand Smashbox offered 3D-print lipstick as part of one of their marketing campaigns, and it surprised me. Right now, I'm just gathering information about the possibilities of a 3D printer. And a few days ago, I ordered a face mask created using a 3D printer and was surprised at how effective it is. I think it would be interesting to try these brushes. I would use them to apply shadows from jonteblu. I've only used natural fleece before.
    Last edited by Takairtas; 11-01-2021 at 11:28 AM.

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    It seems that the beauty market will get new growth, cause now it is almost $500bn) The printing pen itself retails for $279.

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    Adorn needs to take an electric razor and call it a CNC. Package it with your 3d printing makeup pen. Sell them as a bundle and call it the face mill.

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    This good thing that is its potable feature make it good from other

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