How To Videos

Quick Release Demo

Quick Release Demo

Transcript: Hi, Michael here with the makeup light, and today we're going to do a quick lesson on how to attach a quick release to any of our TML light panels. First, orient the light panel so you can read "TML" in front of you. Position this portion of the quick release so the red lever is pointed towards you. Attach the conical shaped bolt to the short end of the allen wrench so it looks like this. Insert it into place. Start to tighten it down. Then, hold it in position so the red lever is toward you. Then, firm it...

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TML Power Supply Overview

TML Power Supply Overview

Transcript: Hi, this is Michael with The Makeup Light. and today we're going to talk about our power supply and what makes it unique. All of our power supplies are universal voltage. That means they work from 100 volt to 240 volt. If you purchased your kit here in the United States, it will come with the US plug set. But since makeup artists travel around the world, we also include with your set, the European plug set, the United Kingdom, and the Australian plug set. So, let's say your next job takes you from New York to London, you would simply unplug the United States plug set, grab the United Kingdom plug...

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TML's new "Sticky" Suction Mount

TML's new "Sticky" Suction Mount

Transcript: Hi, Michael here with The Makeup Light. Today I wanted to introduce you to our latest product which is called the Sticky Suction Mount. This is going to replace the old one. And really the only difference is you peel off your protective coating when you first get it. You're going to find it is a sticky surface on this suction. And what that does is it just helps you adhere stronger to your smooth surface. So, we have a glass door here. We're going to apply it to the glass door, and even though, yes, it's going to sit up there by itself,...

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Articulating Arm - Who is it for?

Articulating Arm - Who is it for?

  Transcript: Hi. Wanted to talk a little bit about our Articulating Arm. Originally used by nail technicians, a lot of other artists soon realized that they could use it too. Because of the versatility, how you can show it, and arrange it, and manipulate the light, many other artists—tattoo artists, sculptors, wig makers, cosmetologists—all started using this Articulating Arm because they needed to get the light out and manipulate it into position for their clientele and what best suited them. So, yet again it's the most versatile lighting system out there, and we have a product that can suit any need.

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