Pearl pigment foils
Pigment foils, more precisely the white color, have been studied since the beginning to obtain a covering graphism on the photographic albums that had black pages.
This foils are characterized of a layer of pigment or gloss inks on a polyester substrate and their characteristic is not to contain metal lamination.
Depending on the type of foil of the material to be imprinted, they are more or less opaque, glossy or semi-opaque.
Hot pigment foils include pearled foils that give a pearly effect to the decoration and are used mostly in ceremonial tickets.