• Pale yellow-white in daylight
• Glow soft yellow-green in the dark
WHAT IS GLOW-IN-THE-DARK?
You’ve probably seen or played with glow-in-the-dark objects before. From yo-yos and balls to stickers and stars, glow-in-the-dark objects can turn any dark place into a magical world of adventure!
Glowing in the dark — also known as luminescence — simply requires a material that can store energy when exposed to light. These special substances are called phosphors. This type of glowing is sometimes called phosphorescence.
Phosphors radiate visible light after being energized. This means you have to expose your glow-in-the-dark CarLashes® to light for a while before they will glow in the dark.
Phosphors then slowly release their stored energy over time. As they release the energy, they emit light, which we see as an object glowing. The darker your surroundings the brighter the glowing will appear.
Over the years, engineers have found thousands of compounds that act as phosphors. For glow-in-the-dark objects, manufacturers look for phosphors that can be energized by normal light and that glow as long as possible.
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