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Check out the Boysen Mix & Match Color Lab at Worldbex 2016

Here's your chance to experiment with different shades and craft a unique hue just for you!

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When it comes to choosing the paint for your space, it's not enough that you stick to just one shade or one solid color. There are instances when you need to mix two different colors to be able to come up with the right tint. If you've always wondered how paint is mixed, you now have a chance to do it yourself at Worldbex 2016! Just visit Boysen's Color Lab and get ready to be creative:

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The interactive booth lets you experience color in a fun way as instead of simply browsing through brochures, you get to dip your swatchsicles into open cans of paint. Through this activity, you get to visualize how each shade would match your furniture and accessories. 

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What's cool about the Color Lab is, you also get to take home the swatchsicles you used. Once dried, they can be turned into bag tags, keychains, and even bookmarks.

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“Color is an experience. With the Mix & Match Color Lab, we have opened up the possibility of having our clients experience the colors firsthand,” says Johnson Ongking, Vice President of Pacific Paint (Boysen) Philippines, Inc.

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