Precision printing customizable design with auto-Recognition of finger size print over 4,000 nails on a single ink cartridge available in android and ios wifi connectivity and Bluetooth 4.1 air lamination works on natural and acrylic nails great party entertainment. Take an at-home manicure to the next level of awesome with a digital nail printer.
It comes with access to over five hundred nail art designs, or you can add your own art or photos through its companion app. The device recognizes your nail size (and works on natural and acrylic nails) for precision printing, and it can print around 4,000 times on one laser ink cartridge.
This is not only one of the coolest gadgets I’ve ever seen, but it also makes the most incredible gift for any beauty-lover. Basically, you can either pick from the over 500 designs they already have programmed or create and upload your own. Then simply stick your painted nail in the machine, and in less than 60 seconds, you’ll have nail art on your finger.
It’s so easy, so convenient, and so cool, because you can do literally anything you want, and you don’t have to sit and wait for hours. I know what I want for the holidays this year; if any of you are feeling generous, please send it my way.
Anjou has unveiled a tabletop beauty device that can print any picture on your nails in a matter of seconds.
The firm demonstrated the technology at CES this week, showing how users can choose from 500 pre-loaded designs or upload their own images for custom prints.
Anjou has unveiled a tabletop beauty device that can print any picture on your nails in a matter of seconds. The firm demonstrated the technology at CES this week, showing how users can choose from 500 pre-loaded designs or upload their own images for custom prints
While there were a few hiccups (mostly due to an existing layer of darkish nail polish from a pre-CES manicure), the system was able to quickly print a picture of this reporter’s ferret, Pickles
Anjou showed off its Laser Nail Printer at the VAVA booth in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
It works much like a standard gel manicure – at least, in the first few steps – requiring you to apply a base layer and printing layer that must each be cured under UV light.
Once that’s done, you select your image and put your finger under the printer.