I saw a painting from Japan that had been painted on glass. It was painted on the back of the glass, which meant that the artist painted the foremost features first.
Then he/she painted the parts behind. How clever and how difficult.
[This isn't the painting: This is a photograph I took of a mannequin.]
The painting on glass gave me the idea for future makeup.
A person will dial in their preferred makeup and the machine will make a sheet of clear plastic with the makeup on in reverse – with the foundation on top.
The sheet will be moulded to the shape of that person’s face.
The person will place it on their face and the heat of their face will transfer the makeup in a few seconds.
It will be a flop at first because people like to make their own makeup – like people liked to do their own cooking.
But then it will take off big time.
And everyone will be happy.