Step 2: Choose Printing Colors or Specialty Paper
The CMYK model, or four color processes, is one of the most common models currently used in color printing. CMYK stands for cyan, magenta, yellow and black. Newspapers, magazines and various other products are printed using CMYK.
If it is about your logo color, we would suggest you Pantone color printing. It is also call spot color printing.
What is the difference between using four-color ink CMYK printing or direct using PANTONE standard spot color ink printing?
CMYK is overprinted in dots by up to four inks; the use of spot inks is printed by a single ink (solid print, 100% dots). For the above reasons, the former is obviously gray and not bright; the latter is bright and consistent.
If your packaging design is simple without colorful patterns, just a silver or gold logo at top lid, with a solid color as background, we will advise you choose one type of special paper for facestock directly then do hot stamping finishing for your logo to make it be more outstanding and attractive.
We have more than 500+ different special paper, 100+ foil stamping color swatch for you choose.