CiM rose quartz original. I got a unique version of this originally, and like it for encasing since the color is not as reactive as the Effetre pinks and neither is it as peachy. But you can work it to kingdom come and it doesn't really get the translucency that is one of the hallmarks of this color. The unique is sort of more of a blush. This I like more but I think I have enough pinks now for a while, but don't quote me. The first bead on the mandrel is a self spacer. The second is encased in clear. The third is over white, and it is interesting to note that the translucency is still visible even with the thinness of the application. The fourth bead was a pleasant surprise. This is with copper green and there is no wierdness, and the dots of pink on green are still visible. The 5th bead is with triton stringer, reduced and encased in clear. The triton went all greenish, which looks nice on the pink. The 6th bead is a poorly shaped bead with vetrofond dark ivory. I was expecting some kind of dramatic, ugly reaction and nothing happened. This is good to know. The pink spots on the ivory are nearly invisible, though. The EDP on the 7th bead sort of spread over everything and it's hard to see the rose quartz underneath. That having been said I would like to try this again with finer stringer. The second bead from the right is mixed with CiM hades and hades didn't seem to spread as much as it did on the desert pink. But the pink disappeared when applied over the black. The last bead on the mandrel is one I knew I was going to like, with aurae stringer, reduced. I must say I will buy both these colors again.