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Old 02-07-2013, 10:00 PM   #1
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Default Best Glitter Ritz clear color?

I am thinking of trying out some Glitter Ritz glitter. I want a color that is like clear, and can be added over a color, and have that color shine through.
Should I go for the "Cool Highlight", "Stardust Opaque" or the "Warm Highlight"? I can only get the glitters online, so it's difficult to see what would be best...
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Old 02-08-2013, 08:53 AM   #2
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here's some color charts: Glitter Ritz | Treasure Mart Ltd.
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The cool highlight and warm highlight are transparent, so a color underneath should show through. I've never tried it though. I usually put down the glitter and then color over it with Copics. The Stardust is opaque so it will block whatever is beneath it.

As far as colors, the cool highlight looks white in the jar with flecks of green, blue, and pink. The warm highlight looks white with flecks of yellow and green. The stardust is a silvery color.

Hope that helps,
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