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Product description

Product Name: Makeup mirror
Color classification: gold
Product size: 18.8x34.5cm / 7.4x13.58in
Frame material: metal
Mirror material: aluminum alloy
Makeup mirror type: desktop double mirror
Style: Nordic style
Popular elements: small fresh

Double-Sided Desktop Makeup Mirror Gold Magnifying Desktop Mirro

Sep. 3, 2021

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