Mirror, mirror…

The wide-view sensor mirror pro by simplehuman, $400. Photographs courtesy Neiman Marcus.
This high-tech vanity mirror by simplehuman allows users to call up any kind of ambient lighting in their home vanity.

Whether you’re touring the latest exhibitions at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art by day or peacefully dining by the Greenwich waterfront, you want to look your best, which means makeup-appropriate. This new high-tech vanity mirror by simplehuman is designed to help you do just that by capturing any kind of ambient lighting.

The wide-view sensor mirror pro, available at Neiman Marcus Westchester, offers a full-color spectrum and an LED light that automatically illuminates as your face approaches, boasting the brightest, most color-correct view. Its tru-lax system even mimics natural sunlight, casting the perfect glow for that flawless cheek contour or winged eyeliner.

With the simplehuman app, you can use your smart phone to create lighting on the go, from anywhere in the world, and have the mirror recreate the same color and intensity.

And there’s no “forgetting” to powder your nose with this mirror. With the alarm feature, you’ll have a light or sound feature to remind you when it’s time to primp, pucker and polish.

With adjustable side panels and a wide-viewing area, users can see themselves from any angle. And to accommodate the lifestyle of traveling fashionistas, the mirror is rechargeable, lasting up to three weeks on a single charge.

The wide-view sensor mirror by simplehuman retails for $400.

For more, visit neimanmarcus.com or simplehuman.com.

­– Danielle Renda

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