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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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TML's Key Light and Eyelight - Differences

TML's Key Light and Eyelight - Differences

Transcript: So now you're asking yourself, then what is the differences between a Key Light and an Eyelight. Well, the Key Light was originally developed for its portability and ease of transportation. You can tuck it in a bag, use multiple different mounting options, take it on location anywhere you want to go. Well, we came out with the Eyelight originally for estheticians to work in spas, salon situations. It wraps around the face better because it's a longer, wider light source. Well, soon makeup artists decided they wanted to take it on location as well. It comes in a felt pouch. It's easy to put it in...

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TML's Key Light and Eyelight - Similarities

TML's Key Light and Eyelight - Similarities

  Transcript: Hi, Michael here with The Makeup Light and today I want to talk about the similarities between the Key Light and our newest edition, the Eyelight. Well, they both use the same light engine ,and that means you get the same quality of light out of either that you choose. 5000 degrees. Daylight-balanced. 95+ CRI. Dimmable. And they both work on all of our mounting options. So whether you're using a Sticky Suction Mount, an EZ Clamp, a Magic Mount—whichever light you choose you'll get the same quality of light no matter where you choose to use it.       

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Magic Mount – Overview Video

Magic Mount – Overview Video

Magic mount basics include: attach the ball head to the Magic Mount base, peel off the original protective sheet, firmly press the ball head into place, rub down the base in all directions, and remove air pockets. You can attach the quick release "companion" piece to the ball head, attach TML, and adjust the light via the ball head. To remove the magic mount, peel from a corner and easy off while holding the ball head.

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