Personalised make up from Panasonic


Debuted at CEATEC in Japan, Panasonic’s Smart Mirror scans facial images to create 3D-print personalised colour cosmetics according to skin types and tones – printing the suggested make up colours onto a sheet.

Still in the prototype phase, Samsung hope the machine will also be used to cover scar tissue and tattoos, as well as reducing lines.

USP: Targeting retailers, this retail technology will enable beauty buyers to purchase custom make-up on the spot.