I've tried 11 colors, and this one is beyond my favorite! The glimmer is just gorgeous! A lot of the other colors don't provide as much glimmer as this color does. I also like it because it doesn't look uneven like a color glimmer mist would.
Some people have complaints about glimmer mist. The trick is to work with it. I hated glimmer mist when I first got mine. You really have to just play with it. DON'T SHAKE THE BOTTLES! If you do, then it will put air bubbles in your glimmer mist, and it will make the big blobs of glimmer mist on your paper. You have to grab it by the top and swirl it until the glimmer is mixed in. If you have already shaken yours, and it's all "blobby", buy a mini mister, and pour some of the glimmer mist into a mini mister. I have had a lot better results from doing that as well.
Anyways, I can't say enough good things about this product! Buy it!
BEAUTIFUL It is all that I was hoping it wd be! Haven't had a bit of trouble with air bubbles, droplets or uneven coverage...I knew NOT to shake, but swirl until any settling on the bottom of the bottle was mixed in to the rest It creates a very even layer of sublt pearl sheen. If that's what you're looking for, look no further! A+ for "Pearl".
I was not disappointed with this product. I sprayed it on a group of Halloween post cards I had made. I was thrilled with how it made them sparkle. I did a little practicing with it before I actually sprayed it on my post cards and was very pleased with the turn out. So if you are thinking about buying some....do it!!!
Used in this card: Fall Card
I've used this on colored flowers to give them a little shimmer and as a border on a wedding album page; subtle but looks amazing. Definitely have to rinse out the sprayer after each use but as long as i do that it works great every time.
If you are new to Glimmer Mist, I would highly suggest getting started with "Pearl" because unlike other colors, it is very forgiving if you happen to spray unevenly. Makes a wonderful finishing touch to just about any project!
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