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DecoArt Paint Differences

As a DecoArt Maker, we are sent products to use in our projects. Using some paint I already had along with some new bottles I requested, I am going to do a comparison of product lines. Looking at the Media line and the Enchanted line to see the paint similarities and paint differences.

The Media line has six interference colors. They are gold, green, turquoise, blue, violet, and magenta. Each color comes in a one-ounce bottle. When applied over a dark color you will see more opalescent color and less of the color shift. When applied over a light color you will see a sheer opalescent color but more of the color shift. Thin applications in a wash or glaze increase the visual interference effects.

Americana Enchanted comes in the same six color shifting hues plus an Ultra-Black Basecoat. The bottles are two ounces.

I also took a look at DecoArt Pearlizing Medium and the two different ways to use it.

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