We often overlook the mirror as a beauty routine essential, however, we can’t stop looking at it, while we apply our makeup, fix our hair and get dressed, every day (and for some of us–multiple times a day). Bruce Grieve, President and Chief Executive of Jerdon Type, one of the leading cosmetic mirror manufacturers (they outfit several of the world’s top hotels, resorts and cruise lines) is championing to get the mirror the acknowledgement it deserves. “Women supposedly spend about $100 each month on cosmetics,” claims Bruce. “It only is sensible to get the right kind of mirror that let’s you see what you’re employing and if it’s providing the benefits you’re seeking.”
Actually, it makes sense the appropriate mirror becomes much more crucial to seeking our best and because as we get older, our vision for details isn’t what it used to be. Here, Bruce shares his secrets for selecting the mirror that ensure you leave the home FOFlawless and will best represent your lifestyle!
1. Choose the “ ” magnification that is right:
“Jerdon mirrors vary from every thing in between and no magnification to 15X. Magnification is a personal taste, determined by how closely you want to see things.” says Bruce. “As you'd expect, the greater the magnification, the nearer the viewpoint. The most used magnification is approximately 8x or 5x but that’s just a guideline. It ’s best to pick at a level that accommodates your desire for detail and how nicely you see without corrective lenses. Something many people don't comprehend is that magnification can assist these who normally wear eyeglasses or contacts. It is possible to get a clear view without placing in contact lenses.” or trying to apply make up around your eyewear by simply deciding the appropriate level of magnification
2. Check your light source:
“You wouldn’t paint off a space with the Definitelly wall mounted shaving mirror can safe your family lights,” states Bruce. Would you make your face up with less than ideal lighting? If you're doing your cosmetics in a space that doesn’t have good natural light, lighted magnification mirrors can include additional brightness. With lighted mirrors, there are several types to choose from: aura lights (which surround the entire mirrored surface) or mirrors with bulbs mounted along the sides. If you want a mirror that is lighted, the lighting selection is again mostly a matter of personal preference and the level of luminosity in the chamber where you typically do your cosmetics. Ideally, you'd like just as much light as possible but not so much that it makes a glare.
3. Where will your mirror “dwell”?
“There’s however another variant to think about when selecting reflects, ” claims Bruce. “Do you desire it on a table top (vanity) or wall-mounted? If counter or your table isn’t the appropriate height or you desire more of a hotel-sense, you may choose a wall mounted mirror. If you are doing your make up at a vanity you’d probably pick a tabletop design. Jerdon has table top mirrors or wall mounted in many different magnifications, lighted and non-lighted. Also, individuals now look at mirrors as a decorative component, so over time, we've added all sorts of fashions and finishes.” In accordance with Bruce, the popular finishes today include polished or brushed nickel. Yet, bronze and chrome stay popular, too. Jerdon also offers different shapes including traditional round and square.
4. Work that mirror: zoomin, zoom out!
“ Most magnification mirrors are dual sided,” claims Bruce. “One side is magnified, which will be especially good for applying eye makeup (some of our designs even contain a 15X magnification insert best for the most thorough processes). Another side is zero magnification and the reflection appears exactly the same measurement as that person. You’ll before you leave the home want to flip to zero magnification see how the rest of the world is going to see you and to get the complete picture.”