A make-up mirror is a type of mirror that mainly refers to a small mirror that is exquisitely designed and easy to carry. Also refers to the desktop mirror for makeup, also known as the vanity mirror. The main difference between a vanity mirror and a mirror is that the vanity mirrors have a magnifying surface of different proportions. This makes it easy for the makeup artist to see the nuances of the part being photographed. A mirror is an object with a smooth surface and the ability to reflect light. The most common mirrors are plane mirrors, which are often used by people to organize their appearance. A surface-polished metal device having a regular reflective property and a glass or metal article coated with a metal-reflective film. The mirror is divided into two types: a flat mirror and a curved mirror. The curved mirror is divided into a concave mirror and a convex mirror. Mainly used as a makeup mirror, furniture accessories and mirrors for solar cookers, headlights and searchlights, reflective telescopes, car rearview mirrors, etc.
In ancient times, obsidian, gold, silver, crystal, copper, and bronze were polished and polished to form mirrors. There are bronze mirrors for makeup in Egypt. In the 1st century AD, there were large mirrors that could show people all over the body. A portable small mirror that is prevailing in the Middle Ages with a comb in an ivory or precious metal box. Late 12th to 13th century
At the beginning of the mirror, a glass mirror with a silver piece or an iron piece as the back appears. In the Renaissance, Venice was the center of the mirror, and the mirrors produced were famous for their high quality. In the 16th century, a cylindrical method was used to manufacture sheet glass, and a tin amalgam method in which tin foil was attached to glass with mercury was invented, and the metal mirror was gradually reduced. In the second half of the 17th century, France invented the use of cast-in-place flat glass to produce high-quality large glass mirrors. Mirrors and their borders are increasingly becoming interiors. At the end of the 18th century, large mirrors were made and used on furniture. Although the tin amalgam method is harmful to the human body, it has been applied to the 19th century. In 1835, the German chemist J. von Lebig was invented the electroless silver plating method, making the application of glass mirrors more popular. China had a bronze mirror in 2000 BC. However, in ancient times, water was used to photograph the copper. In the Han Dynasty, it was renamed as a mirror. During the Han and Wei Dynasties, bronze mirrors became popular and there were full-length mirrors. Originally, the bronze mirror was thin, rounded with a flange, with a embossed or inscription on the back, and a semi-circular button at the center of the back for the mirror and sessile, forming the unique style of the Chinese mirror. In the Ming Dynasty, the glass mirror was introduced. After the Qianlong period (1736~1795) in the Qing Dynasty, glass mirrors became popular. Japan and North Korea were originally introduced into China by bronze mirrors. Japan popularized glass mirrors during the Meiji Restoration.
Shuyi's make-up mirror base, bracket and frame are made of natural wood, with beautiful wood texture, classic versatile clear lacquer, white lacquer, reddish brown lacquer, and a very self-willed design. When a girl puts on makeup, there will always be some small objects, such as lipstick, earrings, ring necklaces, etc., which are often easily lost. We designed the tray as the base of the mirror for this problem. When used, these small objects can be placed. In the small tray, the accessories you need to use are neatly presented in front of you.
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