What does an interference colour mean? I have never heard the word used in this context before.
Thank you for your enquiry.
Interference colours look near white or colourless on first glance. They are sometimes known as Opalescent. They change their colour when you look at these from different angles. these rely on light hitting the mica flakes. they are made from titanium coated mica flakes
The colours can "flip" between the colour on the label e.g. red and its complementary colour Green when viewed at different angles
These paints have a really lovely effect over a black or dark colours, where the stronger hue of the colour shows through.
Interference colours are different to Iridescent colours are colours which have a sheen or metallic shimmer.