Bath lighting must meet three conditions: to be functional, aesthetic and to have a special ambiance. For the daily tasks (shaving, make up, etc.) you needed a strong light and for moments of relaxation, such as a bath in the tub, you need a discreet light. Also the bulbs that you use must provide the amount of light needed to properly light this room.
If you want to look your best then you'll probably spend a fair bit of time in the bathroom, but unless you have decent bathroom lighting you may not be seeing yourself in the best light.
Safety Factors: Last but not the least, keep safety factors in your mind when setting up your bathroom lighting fixtures. Hire a qualified electrical contractor to do the particular installing and always use fixtures and lights particularly intended for use in wet areas. Place lighting fixtures at least 6 feet away from the bathtub or shower.
Another important aspect in choosing lighting fixtures represent problems that may arise through contact between a heated bulb and water vapour from the bath. Such inconvenience can be avoided if spot type lighting bodies are used.