How to look flawless
in any light


FOR EVERY MAKE-UP
THE RIGHT LIGHTING

Whether natural sunlight, artificial lighting or candle light, different light colors affect the way your skin and makeup looks. Have you ever hit the town after artfully applying your makeup, only to catch your reflection in a window and think “Where did all my makeup go?”.
The reason your face losts its pop between leaving your bathroom and arriving at the party has nothing to do with your makeup´s staying power or skills: It´s all about the lighting.

Turns out, there are definitive rules when it comes to doing makeup for different types of light.


6500 Kelvin


Daytime makeup (coolest lighting color)

6500 Kelvin is daylight white and the coolest light setting of the lamp.
This lighting color is your choice for your general daytime makeup which is not meant for a special setting.
6500 Kelvin is also used for indoor lighting of salesrooms and shops.

5500 Kelvin


Daily care and office makeup

This lighting color renders every hair, every pimple and dead skin visible. So this this setting is the best choice for your daily care routine.
5500 Kelvin is mostly used in offices, auditoriums, class rooms, hospitals, galleries and museums etc..
If your makeup should look its best in one of these locations, this lighting color is your choice for doing your makeup in front of your makeup mirror.

4200 Kelvin


Makeup for rooms with artificial lighting

4200 Kelvin is mostly used in offices or trade fairs. If your makeup should look its best in one of these locations, this lighting color is your choice for doing your makeup in front of your makeup mirror.

3600 Kelvin


Makeup for soirees or selfies

You frequently want to inspire your humble followers with flawless looks? This is the lighting setting for your perfect selfie.
This lighting color is mostly used for living spaces, hotels or restaurants. If your makeup should look its best in one of these locations, this setting is your choice for doing your makeup in front of your makeup mirror.

2700 Kelvin


evening makeup (warmes lighting color)

2700 Kelvin is the warmest light setting of the lamp and corresponds to evening light.
If your makeup should pop in a restaurant, candle light or bar, at night, this lighting color is your choice for your perfect makeup.


Whether for daytime-, office-,
evening-makeup or
flawless selfie:

The 5-in-1 makeup light comes with 5 adjustable true light settings, so you are
alwasys looking and feeling your best.

NEW LOOK GLAMOUR, GLAMOUR and PREMIUM EDITION

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How to look flawless in any light


FOR EVERY MAKE-UP
THE RIGHT LIGHTING

Whether natural sunlight, artificial lighting or candle light, different light colors
affect the way your skin and makeup looks. Have you ever hit the town after
artfully applying your makeup, only to catch your reflection in a window and
think “Where did all my makeup go?”. The reason your face losts its pop
between leaving your bathroom and arriving at the party has nothing to
do with your makeup´s staying power or skills: It´s all about the lighting.

Turns out, there are definitive rules when it comes to doing
makeup for different types of light.


6500 Kelvin


Daytime makeup (coolest lighting color)

6500 Kelvin is daylight white and the coolest light setting of the lamp.
This lighting color is your choice for your general daytime makeup which is not meant for a special setting.
6500 Kelvin is also used for indoor lighting of salesrooms and shops.

5500 Kelvin


Daily care and office makeup

This lighting color renders every hair, every pimple and dead skin visible. So this this setting is the best choice for your daily care routine.
5500 Kelvin is mostly used in offices, auditoriums, class rooms, hospitals, galleries and museums etc..
If your makeup should look its best in one of these locations, this lighting color is your choice for doing your makeup in front of your makeup mirror.

4200 Kelvin


Makeup for rooms with artificial lighting

4200 Kelvin is mostly used in offices or trade fairs. If your makeup should look its best in one of these locations, this lighting color is your choice for doing your makeup in front of your makeup mirror.

3600 Kelvin


Makeup for soirees or selfies

You frequently want to inspire your humble followers with flawless looks? This is the lighting setting for your perfect selfie.
This lighting color is mostly used for living spaces, hotels or restaurants. If your makeup should look its best in one of these locations, this setting is your choice for doing your makeup in front of your makeup mirror.

2700 Kelvin


evening makeup (warmes lighting color)

2700 Kelvin is the warmest light setting of the lamp and corresponds to evening light.
If your makeup should pop in a restaurant, candle light or bar, at night, this lighting color is your choice for your perfect makeup.


Whether for daytime-, office-,
evening-makeup or flawless selfie:

The 5-in-1 makeup light comes with 5 adjustable true light settings, so you are
alwasys looking and feeling your best.

NEW LOOK GLAMOUR, GLAMOUR and PREMIUM EDITION