Faye Cahill - Edible Lustre 10ml

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Faye Cahill - Edible Lustre 10ml

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 Faye Cahill - Edible Lustre 10ml

  • New 100% Edible Lustre Dust by Faye Cahill Cake Design!
  • Create your own stunning designs using this new range of Edible Lustre.
  • Paint, Spray or Dust your creations with ease.
  • Faye leads Australian Cake Decorating with her elegant and iconic wedding cake designs.
  • These designs are renowned for featuring unique Pearl or Metallic effects achieved by her signature blend of Lustre Dusts.
  • Size 10ml
  • Weight varies per colour.
  • Made in Australia from local & imported ingredients.
  • Create your own stunning designs using this new range of Edible Lustre.
  • Paint, Spray or Dust your creations with ease.
  • Faye leads Australian Cake Decorating with her elegant and iconic wedding cake designs.
  • These designs are renowned for featuring unique Pearl or Metallic effects achieved by her signature blend of Lustre Dusts.

    Directions:

    • Dust in dry form or mix with Decorators Alcohol to use as a paint or highlighter.
    • Further dilute with Decorators Alcohol to spray through your airbrush.
    • Size 10ml
    • Weight varies per colour.
    • Made in Australia from local & imported ingredients.

    Introducing the range! (Sold separately)

    • Pearl whiteThis is our basic white that we have been using for some time. It’s what we use the most of in the studio. I formulated a mix that’s not too shiny, not too dull, like a silk finish as opposed to satin. Pearl white is more of an off-white than a pure white. Can be tinted to pale pastels by adding a drop of liquid/airbrush colour or a tad of petal dust into the mix (if you are doing the alcohol wash technique)
    • Galaxy whiteA touch whiter and brighter than pearl white. This has a touch of glam in the form of micro particles that reflect like glitter
    • Ivory champagneOur classic ivory, has pale gold undertones and makes a great base for adding decorations in white for subtle contrast
    • Nude TaupeA touch deeper than Ivory and has subtle brown tones. It’s currently huge as a bridesmaid colour or the underlay of the bride’s dress. I love this one as it’s the classic neutral.
    • Shimmer goldA pale gold suitable for painting a whole tier without being too strong. imagine it with some pink and ivory blooms for an understated glam reception.
    • Signature gold Can be used to paint a full tier for a strong look similar to gold leaf, it’s also our standard gold highlighter used for painting detailing such as monograms and mouldings. Used as a highlighter, this size jar will last a long time.
    • Platinum silver Our basic silver highlighter for detailing, as above, this quantity will go a long way as a highlighter and can also be painted over full tiers for a more dramatic look.
    • Rose QuartzWith undertones of copper and rose gold, rose quartz is a gorgeous shade of blush. You can see the effect on our “Arcade Class” cake. Perfectly pretty!
    • Graphite blackI’m in love with all shades of grey and back at the moment and they are very on-trend for cakes. Not quite black but a dramatic dark grey with subtle shine that will catch the light beautifully. We are working on a new design with this colour and will reveal it soon.
    • Regency GoldWarmer and richer than Signature gold. For the full regal effect!
    • CopperLoving the return of copper. So warm and stylish. Team it with marble and geo or add a tier of copper to a floral cake. You may know that copper leaf is not edible, but our copper lustre has almost the same effect and can be used freely on edible tiers.
    • Rose Gold A great one to use as a highlighter on a cake chosen by a couple who have rose gold décor at the wedding or on their invite. Can also be used over a full tier for more drama.
    • BronzeIt’s one of the staples I like to have on hand, again can be used as a highlighter or over bigger areas.
    • Cool BronzeRounding out the gold range is a cool bronze, the most neutral of the gold shades, and I love my neutrals and muted tones.

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