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Achieving a Hot Pink???

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I only have the wilton's pink (rose) and I have gotten fairly close, but it's just not dark enough..If I continue to add color (which I have added a lot) will it eventually get darker or what about adding a dab of red?

Thank you for your help!

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Forgot to mention, I am coloring fondant

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If you add too much of the Wilton's Rose color it will make it look kind of orange -pink( red will also make it warmer as color , more towards orange .)The best hot pink is the Neon Pink from Americolor .They now sell it at Hobby Lobby . 

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thank you, I'll have to go there tomorrow..

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I've found that the neon pink is too yellowish...I like the Americolor gel fuschia color to make hot pink. Be sure and let it sit for a while..it will darken.

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I've found that the neon pink is too yellowish...I like the Americolor gel fuschia color to make hot pink. Be sure and let it sit for a while..it will darken.

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You might like the Americolor Electric Pink.  I used that in my candy shoppe cake.

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