You can choose the shape, thickness, and effects in a proprietary application on your smartphone. Before drawing, the drawing can be “tried on” using augmented reality.
The applicator is equipped with 2400 nozzles that print at a resolution of 1200 dpi. Unlike tattooing, ink can be easily removed with makeup remover.
The device was developed in collaboration with the Korean startup Prinker, which specializes in devices for applying temporary tattoos. The price has not yet been disclosed, but the Brow Magic should go on sale this year.