The 10 Best Selfie Lights

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Since the initial publication of this wiki in October of 2017, we've made 12 edits to this page. Never snap a selfie again that doesn't make you look your best. These specially-designed lights come in a variety of styles, from portable to stationary, to help you take better pictures when you don't have a camera person. Whichever kind you choose, you'll never have to worry about dim lighting ruining your shots, so you'll have more to share with your Facebook and Instagram friends or followers. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best selfie light on Amazon.

10. Yeyizu SF-10

9. Evershop Wide-Angle

8. Palumma Clip-On

7. Ourry Ring

6. KobraTech MiLite

5. Auxiwa Clip-On

4. UBeesize Live Stream

3. Amir 2-in-1

2. Qiaya Ring

1. LuMee Duo

Editor's Notes

March 28, 2019:

The selfie trend first went viral in 2013, and it doesn't look the their popularity is waning any time soon, so why not make yours really stand out with one of these lights. If you want something you can easily take on the go, perhaps in a clutch or your pocket, Qiaya Ring, Auxiwa Clip-On, KobraTech MiLite, Ourry Ring, and Palumma Clip-On are great options. The Amir 2-in-1 and Evershop Wide-Angle are also very compact and easily-carried models, but they take things a step further by incorporating a wide-angle lens into the mix, so you'll be able to get more of the background in the shot. They both also come with macro lens attachments for those times you want to take extreme close ups of subjects. If you are a vlogger and need something to enhance the lighting in your home studio, you'll want to take a look at the UBeesize Live Stream, which features an adjustable-height tripod and large eight-inch illumination ring, or the Yeyizu SF-10, which clips on to tables and desks.


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Last updated on March 29, 2019 by Brett Dvoretz

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