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Product description


A sturdy distortion-free mirror and stand that is ideal for use as a tabletop mirror for desks and dressing tables, and even in the bathroom

√Product details
Product name: Makeup mirror
Material: metal + LED light + glass
LED color temperature: 3000k/4500k/6000k
LED Lumens: 28-33LM
Size: 32x18.6CM

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※ Because the mirror is fragile, if the product is damaged during transportation, as long as you provide us with photos, we can help you solve the problem.
※ We have various styles of mirrors, welcome to browse and purchase, and look forward to your visit!

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▶ ▷ Reminder: Because we use international logistics, it usually takes 15-25 days for successful delivery, more than 30 days, please contact us in time.
▶ ▷ Note: Depending on the measurement tool, an error of 1-2CM may occur. Slight chromatic aberration may occur due to shooting angle and lighting. This is normal, please understand

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