The first EVER 3D printed mascara...courtesy of Chanel

Something to set our hearts, and lashes fluttering...
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You can print everything from shoes to houses - and now, you can print your daily make-up essentials.

Thanks to its honeycomb structure printed in 3D, the first-to-market Chanel 3D-printed mascara wand in Le Volume Revolution boasts the technology that works to make the most out of the mascara formulation through clever application ability. The micro-cavities printed in the brush allow the mascara formula to absorb, delivering exactly the right amount to lashes allowing it to be built up to increase lash volume without having to re-dip the brush back into the mascara tube between each application. And because of the "granular texture" of the brush, it helps the mascara stay put, adhering to each lash more easily. Each bristle has been printed and arranged in millimetre-scale so that it creates volume, definition and ensures zero clumping. Sound too good to be true? Here's all  the proof you need in 5 looks.


Mascara The Revolutionary Volume of Chanel, at Chanel counters worldwide.

Translation: Félix Besson

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