My mother has a huge picture in the dining room that we all admire. It is a very elongated piece, about two meters, in which only the expressive eyes of two women are seen, a little which tries to reproduce this mirror only for your eyes designed by Bart Lens.
I have always liked small mirrors that only reflect a part of our image. Not only do they allow us to concentrate on the part of our body that interests us, looking for that unruly hair that always resists, but that create very interesting and attractive frames.
Thus, this elongated mirror, with a small curve towards one side, as if it were a tab, is ideal to place on a dresser horizontally. Even vertically, more as a decorative element than as something practical, since we can barely see how our clothes fit.
As I imagine that you will all have the intrigue of what the painting I mentioned at the beginning is like, I have brought you an image so that you get out of doubt, and in passing you guess the effect that this mirror produces only for the eyes.