Labels for bottle wraps are typically made with white and glossy paper, clear and transparent paper, or shiny and metallic foil. Each label material is made with a different type of paper and laminate surface.
White glossy labels are commonly used for food and beverage bottles, and the labels are printed on semi-gloss or white film paper. Both are thrifty materials and prevent ink from running. Clear transparent labels are durable and are usually selected for clear bottles to create a label-less appearance. Metallic foil labels are often chosen for their shine and their waterproofing advantages, though film labels are also available for the long-term.