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It is most commonly seen on tuned cars, trucks or motorcycles, but sometimes also on normal, everyday objects: A so-called flop painting (sometimes also called flip-flop finish) can give vehicle bodies, motorcycle tanks or crash helmets an iridescent appearance in which the painted objects appear to take on different colors depending on the angle from which they are viewed.
For example, the surfaces may initially appear blue, but then suddenly turn green and finally violet when the viewing angle changes. Depending on the paint, even more color changes are possible. But how does such a flop paint job actually work?
Question: How does flop painting work?
a) There are tiny splinters of colored glass in the paint.
b) The paint is applied in several transparent layers.
c) The flop effect is triggered by liquid crystal pigments in the paint.