The best gift for beauty lovers
Like many women, your girl also has a mustache. It's not a huge handlebar; it's more like the peachy shadow of a little boy in elementary school. Although many people are experiencing the body hair revolution, I always stand by the side of the smooth sea lion. Since adolescence, I have been using DIY methods to control this blur, and have been looking for the perfect makeup mirror that allows me to uncomfortably get close to the fine hairs on my face. After years of twisted handheld device options and cheap but cute dressers, I have identified the genius of Simplehuman Sensor Mirror Trio.
As soon as I took it apart, I started using it for various beauty actions. Want a flawless blend? The most accurate winged eyeliner? To expel the wrong Frida Kahlo's hair? Feeling a bit masochistic, just want to gaze deeply into those dark souls that clog pores? I can do all this with this gorgeous mirror.
You may be thinking, Simplehuman? Suppliers of chrome-plated trash bins? Yes, exactly the same. But before you close this window, think that all brands are suitable for fashionable trash cans, please think again. It actually has a long list of high-end beauty mirrors, which are both stylish and smart. Using the sensor Trio mirror, the name alone can tell you the effect of three in one-with 1x, 5x, and 10x magnification. I like to use 1x in the morning to quickly make up, straighten my hair or apply a mask in the evening. The 5x magnification is great for mixing foundation and grooming eyebrows, because I have thick black hair and don't need to zoom in all the time to get a clean arch.
Being satisfied with 10x magnification (and really wanting to use it) is what distinguishes immaculate people from beautiful perfectionists or any Virgo. I fell into the latter's camp and used a mirror to shine into my tiny upper lip hair. This is also how I make sure that the highlighter I am testing has no traces of glitter spots, how I revel in the perfect gloss of my favorite lip oil, and where I can pay close attention to the scary sun spots in my eyes. (Side note: people, wear sunglasses.) The magnification is real, but if that is not enough, this mirror also provides the second most important element of a truly flawless beauty program: good lighting.
When Kehlani shared that Rihanna told her that there was residual makeup on her nose ring, I really felt this way. Kehlani feels ashamed is understandable, but she has never forgotten the beauty class. For me, my boyfriend told me at the time that I had lotion on my eyebrows-but not lotion but concealer mixed badly. Most of us have experienced the transition from fluorescent light to sunlight after applying the wrong foundation tone on our entire face. It all comes down to the lighting of the bathroom or dressing table.
The Simplehuman mirror helps you. There is a sensor on the top that can automatically turn on the beauty ring light when you do business. It is not just any ring light: Tru Lux Simplehuman technology imitates ~real~sunlight and evenly distributes the beautiful beam of light to ensure that the reflected colors remain true. You can adjust the brightness with a single swipe and change the LED light from warm to cool-warm colors are ideal settings for makeup applications.
If I am skeptical about one thing, it is the sensor-but it has become one of my favorite features. It will light up gradually so that you are not blinded by the light, and it will dim once you walk away. If you don't need it, you can turn it off by simply resting your hand on the sensor. But trust me, once you use it and see the difference that good lighting makes, it will be difficult for you to put on makeup in other ways.
As for the structure of the mirror, I have an 8-inch round shape, which is perfectly fixed on a solid handle and has ideal resistance during adjustment. There are 10x and 1x magnifications on one side, and a small handle helps you flip the mirror to the 5x magnification side without staining it. Its weight is satisfactory and it actually looks elegant because it is a relatively large stainless steel object.
However, there is undeniable another important point: the price tag. A $300 mirror seemed to be a waste of money, but when I considered the money spent on eyebrows and upper lip every two to three weeks, it was recovered in just four months. In addition, with the strong return of the virus, I will not return to any salon in the foreseeable future. Even in daily use, I can see that this Simplehuman sensor mirror can last for several years-and, if it is like my other Simplehuman products, it can even be used for decades.
You may have incredibly dexterous hands, completely trust your skills, and don't mind the occasional unstable mix, but for me, you have to get close to every product in my armory. If you are here because you also like to control your tiny facial hair, it really boils down to: Do you want to groom the gods? Yes? Then you know what to do.