Finding the best makeup mirror for visually impaired people can be challenging. There are so many different things to consider! Some of these factors include magnification, lighting, and size. In this article we will cover what you need to know when buying a makeup mirror for poor eyesight and give suggestions on where to find the perfect one for your needs.
How do you know if a makeup mirror will work well for someone with poor eyesight
There are a lot of things to consider when picking out the best makeup mirror for visually impaired people. One consideration is magnification. Some mirrors may have no magnification at all, while others can be as much as three times more magnified than regular sized ones! When looking for your perfect makeup mirror you must take into account that some reflections might not show up on smaller or less powerful mirrors. This could make it difficult to see any detail work in areas like eyes and lips which require precision and care.
You may also want to consider putting your makeup mirror next to a window so that sunlight can go through it. This will give you more light so that you can use the mirror easier.
If all of these are true, then this is a great makeup mirror for people who have poor eyesight.
Tips for applying makeup for visually impaired people
Use your fingertips
Use your fingertips to explore the shape of your face and lips. Doing this will give you a better understanding for how you should apply your makeup.
Use a wipe
Always keep a packet of wipes where you do your makeup. This will make it easy for you to clean your hands and limit the possibility that you’ll get makeup on your clothes or areas of your face you don’t want it.
Use a cape or a towel
When applying your makeup, wear a makeup cape (or even a towel) to make sure that you don’t get any on your clothes.
Why the ICON is the perfect makeup mirror for bad eyesight
We’ve had a lot of visually impaired customers coming to us after purchasing the ICON mirror telling us about how it has made applying makeup much easier (and quicker!)
Here’s why it’s perfect:
Currently, the ICON is the biggest hollywood mirror that we have.
With 12 LED bulbs that has a brightness range of 3500k-7500k, the ICON has no problem lighting up your face, allowing for flawless makeup application.
The ICON comes with a 10x magnification dot mirror, allowing you to see really close-up.
Conclusion: How to choose a great makeup mirror that won’t make your vision worse or strain your eyes too much
Choosing the right makeup mirror for poor eyesight can be a difficult task and we hope we’ve helped figure out what you need to look for when buying a mirror. Let us know in the comments what has worked well for you in terms of magnification and whether or not it was easy enough on your vision. We love hearing from customers about their experiences using makeup mirrors because we’re always looking for ways to improve ours (and yours!).