Bright coloured surfaces reflect light better than dark coloured ones. The reflection of light from a mirror is called regular reflection.
Light rays that fall on rough surfaces are reflected or scattered in all directions. This type of reflection is called irregular or diffused reflection. When a ray of light falls on a mirror at a certain angle, it will be reflected at an angle equal to the angle of the incident ray. When the angle of the incident light is changed, it will change the angle of the reflected light. A ray diagram can be used to show the path of the light coming from a light source and the path of the reflected light.
Mirrors at barber;s shop
Road reflector mirror