The Photo Retouch Mirror looks like the interface of a digital retouching software.

ATYPYK is a Paris-based company that describes itself as a “creator of small products with big ideas,” and the company creates and sells unique and creative items like a hand fan that looks like an insect's wing, magnets that look like pieces of tape, a tablecloth with dance steps printed on it, and more.

One of the company's latest products is a mirror that lets its users look into a frame that looks like the interface of a digital retouching software.

The Photo Retouch mirror functions like a standard mirror, except that the looking glass is framed with the screen interface of a retouching software. The short product description on the ATYPYK online store simply says, “For daily makeovers.”

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