With so many types of mirrors in the market, what type should we go for? There is no definitive guideline, since our requirements are different from person to person. Someone tall with long hair will definitely need a different type of perspective compared to someone of average height with short hair.
However, we do have a few mirrors in mind from our collection that might just fulfil your requirement.
A table mirror is arguably a must-have on every dressing table. It’s perfect for putting on makeup and general facial care. Bloomingville’s 20x35 cm round dressing table mirror is a perfect illustration of this. Decked in a shiny brass finish, the mirror is actually a 2-sided one, with one side serving as a magnifying glass.
Flip mirrors provide users with the ability to tilt, swivel and turn them in any direction, at any reasonable tilt. Normann Copenhagen’s black flip mirror fits the bill here and can swivel in a 360-degree rotation. As a bonus, the edged base serves as a useful place to store tiny things like jewellery and coins.
Sometimes, you neither want nor need your mirror to perform acrobatic turns and swivels. You just want a mirror that will stay in place, no questions asked. This is where Moebe’s Standing Mirror Ø20 comes in. The stylish mirror, which comes in black and brass finish, has a stable bottom that ensures it won’t topple over at the slightest contact.