Now here’s a thing I never knew I needed til now! A portable full length mirror. I’ll be honest – I saw this at the Beauty Exchange conference where I was speaking last Friday. It’s where new brands come together to learn and network. My immediate thought was – well, basically, what would be the point?
But, if you’ve ever stayed in a hotel room where the plug and the mirror are frustratingly far apart, then there’s a point. But really, I can’t see myself packing a full length mirror into my suitcase all that often.
Where the Magic Mirror is really coming into its own is in my house. Unbelievably, we only have one full length mirror and that’s propped up against the window in my bedroom because we never did get round to fixing it to a wall. In fifteen years. I know. There isn’t even one in the bathroom. So the Magic Mirror is getting a lot of love because I can move it around the house (anywhere that there’s a hook). I also think that it’s a flattering mirror.. I am sure I look a little thinner than in real life. It’s not made of glass, but instead, a highly reflective form of acrylic which means there’s no danger of breakage. It also folds into many different forms so for doing your makeup you can see at all angles.
On the face of it, you wonder why, but once you have one, you wonder why you never did before. You can find Magic Mirror for £35 HERE.
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