Fireworks Show, Kamuro effect

Fireworks Show, Kamuro effect

Kamuro is a Japanese word meaning "Boys Haircut". The Fireworks Show, Kamuro effect was named after a Japanese hairstyle for its look. It displays a dense burst of glittering silver or gold stars, leaving heavy glitter and shiny trail in the night sky.

Kamuro: In Japanese 'Kamuro" refers to long hair or perhaps more specifically a bowl shaped "Boys Haircut". This is what the 'Kamuro' shells look like when they fully explode in the air. The shells burst into dense glittering golden or silver stars leaving a heavy shinning, glittering trail in the night sky.

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