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March 17, 2017updated 27 Jan 2022 2:34pm

People want to print make-up at home

By GlobalData Consumer

You can pretty much 3D print anything — and make-up is no exception.

3D Printers that will allow consumers to personalise colors – such as in lipsticks, eye shades, and facial foundations – could prove very popular.

Globally, around half of millennials (52 percent of 18-24yr olds, 50 percent of 25-34yr olds) say they would be up for printing their own customised make-up.

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