Lexus SC 300 With Blue Purple Chameleon Flip Paint

Blue to Purple Chameleon shifter on Lexus.

Get a more subtle Chameleon look by adding half of the recommended amounts…

I have just ordered another $140 worth of pearls, and would like to thank Paint with Pearl for the good product. I have painted a number of projects with the paint and everything has turned out great.
Attached are pictures of a Lexus SC 300 I painted with the blue/ purple chameleon flip paint. I sprayed over black as recommended, and I wanted the purple to be very subtle, so I used half the recommended dosage to achieve that primarily blue pearl color. The Kolorshift is amazing and plays trippy tricks with peoples eyes when it’s black at night and fades from bright blue in direct sunlight to light purple in shade.
It took about 4 coats of clear coat to achieve that with the first three mixed with pearl and the last one clear just for UV protection.
Feel free to post on the website.

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April 30, 2015