The Makeup Light: Key Light Panel 2.0

Sunday, December 18, 2016

The Makeup Light Key Panel, version 1.0
An industry favorite light is The Makeup Light Key Panel. Developed by Michael Astalos this game-changing light is as close to being perfect white light as possible. It's used by the folks at IMATS during the student competitions, can be found on movie sets, backstage at different Fashion Weeks and used by various celebrity makeup artists. It's even known that a very well known A-list Hollywood actress bought the TML Key Panels so her personal makeup artist doesn't have to drag her own lights to her client's home. While it's close to being perfect the folks at TML made it even better!

Introducing The Makeup Light Key Light Panel 2.0!
This bad little baby is currently not available for sale to the general public but will be made available at IMATS Los Angeles in January 2017! So if you're heading to IMATS LA check out the new lights there! For those who were invited to pre-order the new Key Panel, these will ship at the end of January.
The Key Light 2.0 features a new sleek metal case on the exterior, a new power supply with an in-line touch-style dimmer switch (flicker-free), and technological LED enhancements in the interior. Together these make the Key Light 2.0 the newest greatest makeup light available in the world.

Size: 7.25 x 9″ / 17.6 x 22 cm
Kelvins: 4800K

More information will be made available in January.


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