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A close-up of the large, square holographic glitter. The colors this glitter flashes as it's flowing fast in the formula are really beautiful!
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Adara - I'm still testing on my Aurasglow, but I'm confident it will work fine. I only have a source for the large, holographic silver square glitter. I'm still looking for non-holo silver square glitter.
I tried a glitterbaby and they pretty much stall after a little while. Please also let me know if you can do this will large silver flakes as opposed to holographic flakes? Many thanks
I have Aurasglow lamps that use tea candles for their heat source. They successfully flow with the smaller glitter. Let me test one with the large, holo glitter. It should work fine. Do the Fireflows have 8 ounces of liquid?
Hello Kirk, I so want to make a fireflow globe with this, have you tested this on a tea-light candle? Perhaps you have a spare 8 bottle you can pop under a tealight? My main concerns is the glitter getting too hot and stalling?
Yea I think I need this for my Clearview base. The tones will run perfect with the silver. If confirmed will work on the 25w 32oz Silver Clearview base I will order a globe of the stuff.
And that's what I like about this glitter, too -- the holographic characteristics.
I replaced the large, square non-holographic silver glitter in my Gemlite Mystique with this holographic version. I removed the colored gel cell on the bottom of the Mystique bottle, because frankly the holographic glitter doesn't need it!
That looks wonderful! Reminds me of the late 80's early 90's when everything started becoming holographic, it captures all the color tones of the era!
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