Bad lighting, like if you do your makeup with bad lighting,you may as well not have done it.
I don't think women need to know anything about lighting to do their makeup.
I think they need to know about their makeup.
Flourescent light is kind of the worst case scenario for lighting, and that's what I have at my office.
My only concern feels like doing your makeup for like, flourescent lighting for an office
Then if you do it for that lighting, which is never flattering for anyone.
I would find myself in the bathroom just looking at my face thinking, I just left the house.
I know I look better than this.
And one time somebody else came in.
It's really embarrassing.
To go, no I do this all the time.
Like, there's no way we look this bad.
This is a joke.
And then you walk out into the real world to get your coffee in the morning at Starbucks.
It's just not gonna translate well.
I wish it had a magnifier.
I think magnification is key.
I think it needs some magnification.
Just for that detail work that women do with their eyeliner and mascara and just checking eye shadow blends.
$400.00, even if I just had a lot of money laying around, is a pretty steep price for admission with regards to a makeup mirror.
Because it would sit on someones vanity.
Has extra income that likes something kind of fun and techy.
I think you have to be pretty far into the extreme of whatever it is you've done, whatever lighting you've done your makeup for for it to look sort of weird in other lights.
I don't think any sort of lighting app is gonna turn any woman into a makeup genius.
It's not gonna help you with your application at all.
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