|Product Name:||Custom Skincare Packaging Box Eye Cream Boxes Gold Logo Paper Box||Material:||White Texture Paper|
|Color:||Matte White Box With Gold Foil Printing||Brand:||Your Brand|
|Size:||5.5*5.5*5.5cm Or As Per Request||Feature:||Foldable|
texture paper Skincare Packaging Box,
Eye Cream Skincare Packaging Box,
Eye Cream custom paper box packaging
Custom Skincare Packaging Box Eye Cream Boxes Gold Logo Paper Box
If you would like to have your desired Skincare Packaging Box /Eye Cream Boxes made for your company
online, then just throw us an email and make use of our years of Packaging manufacturing and printing
|Item||Custom Skincare Packaging Box Eye Cream Boxes Gold Logo Paper Box|
|Material||regular paper or special paper|
|Size||5.5*5.5*5.5cm or as per request|
|Color||matte white box with gold foil printing, or any color your request|
|Style||simple, modern, creative, lovely, fancy, etc.|
|Finishing||screen printing or offset printing|
|Design||OEM design acceptable|
|Usage||skincare, cosmetic, beauty, etc.|
|Artwork Format||CDR,AI, PDF ( vector file )|
Q: What is CMYK?
A: CMYK stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black and is the color space commonly used within the
printing industry. Before your packaging is sent to our manufacturing facilities for print, it is important that
your artwork on our dielines are all in CMYK.
Not converting your artwork properly to CMYK color mode will result in inaccurate color output since the
printing press can only operate using CMYK colors.
Q: Will my boxes match the color on my screen?
A: Not exactly - The colors on your screen may vary from the printed packaging you receive.
This is mainly caused by the different color spaces used for displays/monitors and printers. Displays/monitors
utilize the RGB color space while printers operate using CMYK color space. Additionally, printing on different
substrates can also cause color variance as well. (Printing on kraft vs. white paper)
To get the exact color, you are looking for, we recommend requesting a production-grade sample to validate
the color before moving forward to mass production.