Varnishes improve the ability of acrylic colors to resist aging, increase color depth, and harmonize differences in color brilliance. In situations where color has been applied very thickly, wait one to two weeks before adding varnish.
Gloss Varnish — Remarkably transparent, and protective, this varnish creates a strong, flexible, and indelible film that results in an even gloss.
Matte Varnish — This opalescent varnish creates a protective, strong
Camlin Picture Varnish is a post painting coat for oil paintings. After allowing the oil painting to dry for 6 to 12 months (depending on the temperature and weather condition), a coat of picture varnish will not only protect the painting but also impart a gloss to it.