Next Up For 3d Printing: Women's Makeup

October 13, 2014

"I just tore up the printer, went through some bad ones, messed up a few here and there, and then came across one that worked,'' said Choi, who went through about 20 printers to find one that would print the best results. The small Mink prototype printer is about the size of a standard home printer, and turns any image into any kind of makeup. Women will soon be able to bypass stores and immediately create lipstick, lip gloss, eye shadow, blush, nail polish, brow powderpretty much everything except foundations and face power.

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"We're giving women the power to have what they want, when they want it," Choi said. Using the device is as simple as taking a picture of your friend's lipstick, or finding an image you like on the web, and then printing a lipstick in that exact color with just a few clicks. Think of it as a "visual iTunes for beauty," Choi said.

NFL players subject to fine if they don't adhere to league logo guidelines - ESPN

Motorola, which had the deal to outfit the coach headsets through 2012, did not make headphones for the mass market so there wasn't an issue. Sources say the league will allow any player to wear headphones during media interviews if the logo of that brand is covered up. The league also will allow players to wear headphones with competing logos off the bus, into the stadium and on the field for warmups before they get into uniform. Since most of the shots of players in their headphones come way before the game, that allows companies like Beats and Monster, which sponsors Marshawn Lynch , to still get some value. While some have speculated that Apple, which bought Beats by Dre for $3 billion in August, would simply pay fines incurred by players, the reality is that fines can escalate per violation and players could even be suspended. Kaepernick would not disclose Thursday if Apple would pay the fine, but a source close to Kaepernick said the company did not. Sponsorship evaluation firm Front Row Analytics said that media coverage of Kaepernick's postgame was worth more than $350,000 in equivalent advertising for Beats.

MLS standings, scores, schedule | The Columbus Dispatch

Goalkeepers: San Jose, Busch; Salt Lake, Attinella. Yellow cards: Djalo, San Jose, 32nd; Harden, San Jose, 74th; Grabavoy, Salt Lake, 81st. A: 20,701. Revolution 2, Impact 2 2 FIRST HALF: 1. Montreal, Di Vaio 7 (Ferrari, Mallace), 12th minute; 2. New England, Rowe 5 (Davies), 16th; 3.

How She Did It: Narie Foster On Launching A New Fashion Label for Professional Women, M.M. Lafleur - Forbes

(, the one-stop destination for women worldwide, connecting them to the Internet's top trending content -- smart, well-rounded, and personalized to their interests. Reaching over 1,000,000 unique users upon launch, MOGUL is currently visited by over 193 countries and 14,225 cities. A graduate of Yale and Harvard Business School, I co-authored the book "From Business Strategy to Information Technology Roadmap: A Practical Guide for Executives and Board Members." An entrepreneur at the center of media and technology, I co-founded the Beijing International Screenwriting Competition, hailed by director James Cameron as forming a new model of "cross-cultural collaboration between China and the US." An award-winning film producer, I co-produced Gotham Award-winning feature film GIRLFRIEND, named one of the most important films at Toronto by The Boston Globe, and international documentary CHILD 31, endorsed by former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown. I serve on the Board of Provincetown Film Society, where I co-founded the Provincetown Film Institute to educate the industry on technological innovations. I also serve on the Business Committee of the New York City Ballet and the Board of No Limits Media, which supports people with disabilities through media worldwide including PBS and the UN.

Takko Fashion Bonds Fall to Record Amid Sluggish German Economy - Bloomberg

The companys 380 million euros ($482 million) of 9.875 percent notes fell for a fifth day to 74.8 cents on the euro at 12:56 p.m. in London, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. That compares with 88.1 cents on Sept. 24, when the retailer owned by private-equity firm Apax Partners LLC reported earnings growth stalled in the last fiscal quarter. Retailers are feeling the pinch as Germany struggles to rebound from a contraction in the second quarter, with factory orders and industrial production in August declining by the most since January 2009, the Economy Ministry in Berlin said this week.

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