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Hi Beauties!

I dare to say, I found the most valuable and useful beauty tool for myself. I cannot help sharing it to you all.

I said how important to draw our eyebrows better and lighting resources are really important to draw eyebrows. Actually lighting resources are important to your whole makeup.I recommended a LED light mirror under a post before if I did not remember wrong. But at that time, I did not use it myself that much and I just thought It's a good choice for someone who is looking for a good mirror.

But now I have to highly recommend it. Since these days it's raining all the time AND I get up so early, there is no much natural lighting for me to makeup myself. Then I take out the LED lighting mirror. It surprised me indeed.

Really wide-angle viewing. There is a cover on the mirror surface and the cover can be opened as a wider mirror. You can long press the button to change the brightness. That will meet all your makeup demands. When I draw my eyebrows, I can see every eyebrows clearly. I know how to adjust my drawing natural and better. 

I did not take pictures of myself. But here you can check it yourself: https://www.amazon.com/Easehold-Tri-Fold-Rotation-Countertop-Cosmetic/dp/B01MG8X4QS/ref=sr_1_1?m=A24N8FLRVFVVCH&s=merchant-items&ie=UTF8&qid=1519698602&sr=1-1

Highly recommend it!!!

 

Edited by vogueboy
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I forgot to share this on forum.
The brand EASEHOLD was reaching me for my post. They offered me a promotion code for their another vanity makeup mirror.
Check it here:
Code: A9P4IRZP 
URL: https://amzn.to/2Svztyz
Not sure if the code still works.

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