Makeup mirrors with lights have in recent years become a very after-sought product in many homes. The reason as to why is likely because of the influencers who weren’t able to take photos and film their makeup-routines in the bathroom. As a result, they needed a mirror with better lights than those of the bathroom. This need makes a lot of sense, as even makeup-artists emphasize the point that without good lighting putting on makeup becomes a hassle.
The main source of inspiration for most of the mirrors are Hollywood-mirrors which were used by movie stars during the 40s.
The idea of making a "Best in Test" consisting of makeup mirrors came to light after we ourselves wanted to buy mirrors but the supply was so big that we had no idea which to choose. No one we asked had any good answers, and there was no place where we could go to compare the mirrors and watch it live.
We, as a result of that, chose to buy mirrors from different suppliers. Together with SHRs skin and cosmetics convention we had the opportunity to line up all the mirrors on display for the people of the beauty departments to judge and give their impressions of makeup mirrors with lights.
We chose 9 different popular mirrors. The supply was the following: Alieexpress, Brightbeauty, Clas Ohlson, Icon Mirror, IKEA, Mirrormirror, Rusta, Sminkspegel, x-Diamond.
We asked the convention visitors to judge and give their impressions of the mirrors after the following criteria: They were to five a rating of 1-5. Where 1 was barely acceptable and 5 was the very best:
The products quality:
These are the RESULTS of the makeup/Vanity Mirrors:
BEST IN TEST 2019
Below you'll find the results of the votes where 310 people participated:
1. Icon Mirror
ICON MIRROR - INFINITY PRO
We can inform you that the annual Makeup Mirror 2019 goes to Icon Mirror with their Infinity PRO. The winning mirror is 0.4 cm thick, on the back of the mirror, there are mounting adaptors in order to ease the effort when mounting it on the wall. It also has a very practical backrest with hinges that fold out, so that when the mirror is supposed to stand up on a table, it does so in a stable way. The mirror has a frame which is 50% produced by recycled polystyrene and the backside and the back support is made up of MDF.
The mirrors are driven with LED technology for lower voltage lamps (24 volts) It has a normal plug which fits all of the power outlets. The Mirror's lights can be adjusted by using the remote control which comes with the mirror.
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