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Marc Madnick

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36 MacDirectory coLuMn 3D Babies How about holding you babies before they are born? You can actually create a baby figurine that actually resembles your baby's facial features and body position. 3D Babies uses your 3D/4D ultrasound images to create an artistic representation of your baby, using computer graphics and amazing 3D printing technology. "At 3D Babies™, we create an adorable baby sculpture resembling your baby's facial features and body position. Through doctoral studies in Bioengineering, we understand what technology can do to make our lives better. As parents, we know how to feel love for a developing child. We want all parents to feel the joy that we and our customers experience and prolong it, using this combination of science and emotion," the website states. These 3D babies are available in life-size, half size, or mini and shades of light, medium and dark. The price of the 3-D Babies start at around 200 bucks. For best results, schedule your 3D ultrasound during gestation weeks 24-32. Visit talking toilet Paper roll How about a talking toilet paper that lets you personalize and record a 9 second message for anybody who use your facilities. Set in motion the second your bathroom guest begins to help themselves to some toilet tissue, the Talking Toilet Paper Spindle comes complete with suggestions for websites that contain some useable sound effects and movie quotes, or simply add your own. In can literally scare people with this gadget. The Talking Toilet Paper Spindle replace most standard toilet paper rollers and require 2 AAA batteries (not included) and with a price tag under 10 bucks, you won't be able to wipe that… grin off your face. available at the evolution of the Makeup Brush Having the right tools to apply makeup is an essential. A good brush will make all the difference between having uniformity or not. Artis brushes on average have 3-10 times as many individual fibres as conventional brushes, it's these fibres that help apply makeup uniformly on the skin. For example, the Oval 10 Brush has over 250,000 individual fibres each with a microscopically small and soft tip. "Every single CosmeFibre® filament has a tapered tip that ends in a microscopically fine structure which is only a few microns in diameter. This ultra-fine tip blends on a microscopic level, creating patterns so small they are imperceptible with the naked eye. This superior blending enhances the makeup look," the Artis Team. These brushes have a modern look and feel, do not use animal hair (which prevents from causing and allergic reaction) and will keep product from getting wasted by keeping it along the fibres tips. available at CurIoSITIES

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