Who knew we were this close to skipping the department store or disheveled beauty aisles at the pharmacy? Printable makeup is here in the form of a new prototype printer called "Mink
" that lets you do the unthinkable: print your own makeup at home. It uses cosmetic-grade dye that's FDA compliant and prints directly onto a powder substrate instead of paper. And with the ability to match hues using a hexadecimal number that are easy to access online, it shouldn't be hard to recreate the makeup shades that already exist on the shelf.