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Paparazzi - Glass Alchemy

6 Reviews
SKU: GA4595
$5.75 / Ounce
1 – 15$5.75
16 +$5.00
1 Rod/Stick = Approx. 1.5 oz.

$80.00 / Pound

Ratings & Reviews

6 reviews

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I really really love this new color. There is a 1000 words I could say, but just look at the picture and you'll want to buy your own pound.

Unreal sparkle

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I have used a number of different GA sparkle colors and this is my favorite so far. The sparkle is so bright compared to the older sparkle colors. Works great to layer over other colors and doesn't change the color much in thin layers. Makes the piece pop in the light.


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I had to write a review after seeing that someone put 1 flame to it. The review was positive so maybe they just did not click the right thing... Anyway, this is the strongest Sparkle color I have used for layering, allot of times with the tints I have to use two or three coats to get the sparkle as thick as the one of this color. Nice color, one of the two sparkle colors I use.

Fantastic staple of GA

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This is one of GA's best colors due to its ability to be encased (within reason) even though it is very saturated with sparkles. This color looks great over/under/mixed with almost any color and looks fantastic over mint. Try putting this over other colors and when pulled into stringers it still retains a nice amount of sparkle.

heavy sparkle and dense

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once again GA takes sparkles to a whole new level while allowing the colors to be worked on surface and or inside out. this color is a must have in any lamp worker's color pallet. dense sparkles that jump to life in the light with ease and its also compatible with lots of other colors. putting this color over half blood produces a gold sparkle while remaining stable. experiment with other color combos! try applying over black to create a black sparkle!


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Everybody raves about it for a reason -- Paparazzi is easy to work with, and gives fabulous results! I love using it as a backing for implosion pendants, either applied thick on its own, or as a thin layer between the implosion and a more saturated color to give a layer of sparkle that's somehow eye-catching and subtle at the same time. (My favorite color to layer behind Paparazzi is TAG's Yellow Elvis, but I don't think I've tried a combo that I didn't like.)