The holographic pearls or flakes produce changing reflections of light in rainbow colours. They differ by their size (the finer they are, the harder they are to produce), their colour, and their material. Stardust® holographic flakes are available in stock in several sizes (35µm, 68µm or 200µm) and in 7 different colours.
All holographic pearls and flakes can be used with standard spray guns (1.4 nozzle), and can be mixed with solvent- or water-based binders and topcoats.
Only the silver and gold flakes are UV resistant
- 10 holographic flakes (5g/35µm or 25g/68µm and 200µm)
Thanks to their microscopic corrugated surface, the holographic flakes create a rainbow effect when they reflect light. Several degrees of quality and fineness are available:
(Video of the 200µm flake)
The 5g Diamond Spektra is currently the finest and most technologically advanced pigment (Ultra fine: 0.035mm, aluminum based). Mixture: 5g/L. Its size is smaller than pearl size. Its concentration is very high. (Because the pigment is microscopic, it must be mixed in ultra thinned clear coat or binder.)
Stardust holographic flakes are available in 68µm (0.068mm) or 200µm (0.2mm) sizes, and exist in Silver or Gold, or in other colours. They are high quality polyester metallic glitters, resistant at 18°C, to solvents and UVs. A transparent version is also available. The flakes are opaque. The more coats you apply, and the more you cover the background.
Mixing in binder or clear coat from 10 to 50g/L
Transparent holographic flakes : it is not advisable to mix them in clearcoats or solvent-based. It is best to use them with an acrylic base.
All our products are in stock and shipped immediately, either by mail within 48hrs, or by express Chronopost or TNT within 48/72hrs
Questions and answers: Q:Will holographic flakes change my background colour? A: The 200µm holographic metallic flakes are opaque and available in grey or gold colour. These are not transparent products. If you are looking for transparent colour changing glitters, then choose the multicoloured diamond products but they are chameleon, not holographic (rainbow)
Q:What means the sign µm? A:µm means micron. The unit is equal to 1 thousandth of a millimeter. For comparison, pearls and metallic particles for automotive paints generally measure 60µm
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