Device for producing self-portrait of person by painters of e.g. art schools for study of self-portrait in hairdressing aesthetics field, has grid allowing face repositioning throughout self-portrait execution, and flat lens enlarging face
The device has two identical mirrors (m1, m2) of a width (l) and a length fixed on a support. Two mirror-support units are hinged around a vertical axis. The two mirrors are placed at a distance (lo) from the vertical axis, and form an acute angle (alpha) between the mirrors. A framing grid allows repositioning of a face throughout the execution of a self-portrait. A flat lens enlarges the face. The grid is placed perpendicular to the mirrors, and has images perpendicular to a virtual mirror (mv2) on a right-hand side or a left-hand side.