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  • Mascara joins the internet of things
  • Mascara joins the internet of things
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Mascara joins the internet of things

When you think of smart objects and connected gadgetry, what springs to mind? Most likely fridges and phones and other household practicalities. But if L’Oréal’s latest research project is successful, mascara will be the latest addition to the ever-evolving Internet Of Things.

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