According to its designation, the magnifying lamp is a magnifying glass in which a lampis integrated. Thanks to this combination of magnification and powerful brightness, the magnifying lamp is perfectly designed for tasks that require great attention to detail.
Why use a work lamp in hairdressing?
The handling of a work lamp often prevents hairdressers from lingering too much in the realization of a cut or discoloration. Indeed, hairdressers must have a good vision of their worktop in order to be able to make a perfect cut and make good choices for the colors of the dyes. Under these conditions, three elements are essentially important for lighting. That is to say, the level of exposure, the rendering of colors and their temperatures that facilitate the task.
What choice to make between a work lamp and a magnifying glass lamp?
At first glance, these two types of lamps have the same advantages in hairdressing. This is due to the fact that they have a brightness with a high CRI (color rendering index), which is close to 100. This ability then makes it possible to perfectly distinguish colors and disparities in hues.
Unlike the simple work lamp, the magnifying lamp has the particularity that its magnifying glass accessory makes it possible to enlarge and bring closer what we desire in order to perceive each detail and outline. Therefore, this type of lamp has the advantage of increasing the vision of palpable areas on which a particular application is essential while offering ideal brightness.