Global Colours Neon Coral Red face paint glows fiercely under blacklight making it perfect for glow parties, raves, festivals, discos and night clubs. The rest of the time Neon Coral Red is stunning blended with regular orange, pink or red face paints to add brightness and make the colour really pop. I find that small highlights of neon face paint on your designs done in regular and pearl colours makes a great touch.
You know how warm colours seem closer and cool colours seem to recede – Neon face paints viewed with ChromaDepth glasses do this to the nth degree creating an extraordinary illusion of great depth! Playing with a mixture of tones can give a real 3D holographic quality when viewing your work through ChromaDepth 3D glasses.
In the UV Spectrum, Neon Orange is the brightest tone – coming forward the most, and Neon Blue is the darkest tone – appearing to recede the furthest. Global Colours Neon Coral Red is a mid-tone, so it is useful to give depth and dimension to warm-base designs, particularly when using ChromaDepth glasses.
- Dimensions: 3 x 5.5 x 1.5 cm – same as 1 inch one-strokes
- Quantity: 20 grams of paint
Keep your precious face paints secure, tidy and compact with these innovative magnet-based cakes of Global Colours face paint. Ideal for a ‘Craft’n’Go’ kit or other set-up with a metallic vertical surface, or a metal table-top. DIY your own ideal set-up with a sheet of metal inside your pro-pallete case or kit lid.
- Magnets keep your paints secure and tidy while allowing you to pick up individual colours easily
- Compact size allows you to fit more colours into a smaller space
- No wasted space! Rectangular shape means they fit snugly next to each other
- Magnetic base can hold them on a vertical metal surface to create even more work-space
This colour matches or goes best with: TAG Crystal Watermelon cosmetic glitter
Special Advice from Global Colours regarding their NEON pigments: Our Neon Pigments have been used extensively for many years on millions of faces without any reports of problems. Neon pigments are widely used by face painters around the globe however, the US FDA and EU Commission have not tested them to be used in cosmetics and so they cannot officially be approved as a cosmetic. As such they require labelling as Special FX.
Please note: Due to the limitation of photography and differences in monitors and screens, colours of products may appear different to images displayed on the website though we endeavour to make them as accurate as possible.