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LIGHTING FAQ’s

We hope you find the response you need in our frequently asked questions section all about lighting, if you need more help contact our Customer Service Team here.

Hollywood lights provide a bright flattering illumination and are known for their iconic appearance with a large globe shape bulb!

HOLLYWOOD BULBS

Hollywood bulbs are large globe shaped bulbs framing a mirror, they are dimmable and controlled with a switch. They have a lifespan of approx. 30,000 hours and are plugged in to power.

TOUCH SENSOR BULBS

Touch sensor Hollywood bulbs frame the mirror providing an even illumination, controlled with a touch sensor they are dimmable and also feature three colour light settings. They have a lamp life of 30,000 hours and are plugged in to power.

LED lights have a modern look and provide a bright flattering even illumination, they reach full brightness immediately without a warm up time and are highly durable and energy efficient!

LED LIGHT BULBS

LED Light bulbs are an LED light with a transparent bulb shell, these are turned on and off with a switch. They have a lifespan of approx. 15,000 hours and are powered with 3xAA batteries.

LED LIGHT STRIP – BATTERY POWERED

LED Light strips have a modern integrated design and frame the mirror, these are not dimmable and are turned on and off with a touch sensor. They have a lamp life of 10,000 hours and are powered with 3xAA batteries.

LED LIGHT STRIP
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LED Light strips have a modern integrated design and frame the mirror, these are not dimmable and turned on and off with a touch sensor on the mirror. They have a lamp life of 10,000 hours and are plugged in to power.

TOUCH SENSOR LED LIGHT STRIP

LED Light strips have a modern integrated design and frame the mirror, controlled with a touch sensor they are dimmable and also feature three colour light settings. They have a lamp life of 10,000 hours and are plugged in to power.

A lot of our products are dimmable and come with either a touch sensor or dimmer switch, this will be stated in the product description.

Some of our products feature three colour light settings, this will be stated in the product description.

Cool colour temperature lights provide a clear, bright, and refreshing illumination, which helps you see your skin tone, makeup colours, and textures more accurately. We recommend using this setting when you need to clearly see, for beauty prep such as when plucking or tinting your eyebrows.

Warm light creates a cosy and inviting atmosphere and is often used in spaces where relaxation and comfort are important. Warm light can help to reduce the visibility of imperfections and blemishes on the skin, creating a smoother and more even complexion. This can make it easier to achieve a desired look. We recommend using the warm light setting for hair styling as the softer light gives less illumination.

Daylight bulbs have excellent colour accuracy, allowing you to see your skin tone, makeup shades, and textures more accurately. We recommend using this setting when applying your makeup, the bright illumination is essential for precise colour matching and blending, such as applying foundation or eyeshadow.

Our bulbs aren’t replaceable. Non-replaceable bulbs come with an integrated design, resulting in better performance and efficiency.

Our bulbs have a lamp life of between 10,000 and 30,000 hours.

Some of our products require 3x AA batteries, these aren’t included but have a life of around 50 hours.

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