By  on June 20, 2014

ave you seen the video of Harvard student Grace Choi presenting her invention called the Mink, a 3-D printer that prints makeup, at a TechCrunch conference in early May? If you haven’t, I encourage you to watch it. While the Mink isn’t on the market—yet—if Choi’s determination is any indication, it (or something similar) will be soon. That kind of big-bang disruption is typical of the transformation that technology, in all of its manifestations, is having on the beauty industry at the moment.

Transformation. Change. Metamorphosis. As Future Lab’s Chris Sanderson said at the WWD Beauty CEO Summit held in May, “Change equals challenge, challenge represents opportunity.”

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