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Bring light down towards the face. When you have limited light sources, the key is to make sure the light you do have is placed in the absolutely correct spot.
In this case, two bright sconces are placed at about eye level. This casts light directly at the face from the sides rather than from above, which is much more flattering to everyone.
Use unconventional light locations. This master bathroom (which may have a window we can't see) illustrates perfect use of indirect lighting to distribute light throughout a room. A simple light under the raised vanity helps lighten what otherwise would be a dark corner.