Contour 8000

The worlds first make-up printer!

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The worlds first make-up printer! A precision engineered device that will apply make-up in 30 seconds. Using electrostatic spray disposition combined with biometric data, the Contour 8000 creates a finish which is accurate within 1000th of a millimetre.

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Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Super curious to see how well this works (not for me 😀).
Emily Snowdon (née Hodgins)
Emily Snowdon (née Hodgins)Pro@emilyjsnowdon · Head Of Operations @ Product Hunt
Hi @mattrawlings46 wow this is an interesting concept! Would love to get Catherine and Orson added as Makers in here to get them involved in the conversation. When will the printer be ready for purchase? How many applications does one cartridge hold?
Matt RawlingsM
Matt RawlingsMHunter@mattrawlings46 · Marketer for new start up Contour 8000
@ems_hodge Hi Emily, thanks so much for your comment! It would be best of you get in touch with the brands PR, I will send the email address via direct message for you.
Emily Snowdon (née Hodgins)
Emily Snowdon (née Hodgins)Pro@emilyjsnowdon · Head Of Operations @ Product Hunt
@mattrawlings46 Hi Matt - would be awesome to share some news on here - sure the Product Hunt community would love to know the answers too.
Matt RawlingsM
Matt RawlingsMHunter@mattrawlings46 · Marketer for new start up Contour 8000
@ems_hodge Hi Emily. Of course! The launch date is still TBC, but I will be sure to update here once it has been set. With regards to the cartridges, each will allow for up to 10 applications. Do let me know if you have any other questions!
Marla
Marla@marlasg · Finance geek, writer, adventurer
OMG I want this!!
Marla
Marla@marlasg · Finance geek, writer, adventurer
Its straight out of the jetsons!!!
Anna Filou
Anna Filou@anna_0x · Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
In the video they don't show the printer working, they just skip to the part where the makeup is applied. I think it's reasonable to have doubts that it was actually printed on the lady's face and not applied normally :) Nevertheless, I subscribed for news out of curiosity.
Leslie Herring
Leslie Herring@leslieherring
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