Salon Design

Art of Flame Luméjere Floating Wick

Art of Flame’s Luméjere is not a floating candle. It’s really a floating wick that sits on a layer of pure, fractioned coconut oil (fuel), on top of water. That means this centerpiece creates no odor and no soot, but, like certain types of candles, its oil can be used as a cuticle or massage oil on clients. (As an option, the oil can be enriched with sweet almond oil or jojoba for a richer treatment for dry skin and cuticles.) Art of Flame doesn’t sell the containers for the wicks, but it does provide guidelines for what types of containers are safe to use, then leaves the rest to your imagination. This one is shown with succulents in the bottom, but you can put anything in it (such as your salon logo on a transparency) or nothing, as the bottom portion is filled with water.

For more information, visit Art of Flame.

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