The letter R is represented by Ozotic Pro 503, also known as Rainforest. This is one of Ozotic’s fabulous multichromes, and it changes from purple through emerald green and olive to khaki brown. I didn’t manage to catch all the color changes in my pics, and the purple shift shows up as blue, but you still get an idea of what’s going on in this beautiful polish.
Like the other Ozotic Multichromes, Rainforest is very sheer on its own and needs to be layered over a darker base color. This is two coats over black. The formula is nice and easy to work with, neither too thick nor too runny.
I bought this one from Picture Polish a while ago, but it seems like it’s sold out both there and at Llarowe and Harlow & Co. If you’d still want something like this, I think Ludurana Admirável looks pretty similar. Luduranas are available at Llarowe for $14 a bottle.
Today’s polish comes all the way from Australia, and it has the euphonious name Ozotic Pro MishMash 534. Why is it called MishMash, you wonder? It’s because it’s a simply genious mix of holographic and duochrome! It’s like the two biggest nail polish obsessions of mine from last year got together and had a mindblowingly gorgeous baby.
Miss 534 has a base that flashes between blue, indigo, pink, golden and purple, and in addition it has a rainbow of holographic particles that shows up in bright light or in the sun. I hope you don’t mind a slight picspam!
This polish could theoretically be used solo, but I’ve layered it over black here. Not only does it preserve the preshush polish, but it also makes the duochrome colors pop more. This is two coats over a black creme, and 534 is very easy to apply.
So I’m back (from outer space)! Ok, silly lyrics aside, I finally found some time to post! I don’t know how regularly I’ll be able to update, though, but I hope you’re ok with some random posting for a while. It’s better than no posts at all, right?
Let’s kick this blog into gear with an amazing creation from Australia, the stunning multichrome Ozotic Pro 507 Aurora. I usually don’t buy polish without studying swatches online, but when I saw the bottle pic of this one over at Picture Polish, I couldn’t snatch it up fast enough. (Seems like someone else thought the same as well, because unfortunately it’s out of stock right now.)
Anyway, this is a polish that really lives up to its name, this definitely has an aurora borealis look to it. (Or maybe it’s aurora australis, since the polish is from Oz?! Duh!) The main shift is from deep, glowy yellow to bright green, and at certain angles you can see a blue flash as well. So gorgeous it warrants an epic picspam!
Like the other multichrome Ozotic Pros, Aurora is sheer and needs to be layered over black to get this color. I don’t think it played well with my “underwear” polish, because I got a lot of bubbles. Shown here is two coats of Aurora over Zoya Raven.
I hope you liked this beauty, and I promise to be back when you least expect it! Have a nice weekend, everyone!
Chic and dusty greiges are well and all, but after the muted Groovy Grey I needed something with a bit more punch. And what’s better than the multicrome shimmer Ozotic Pro Eclipse when it comes to color overload?
Here’s an actual transcription of the conversation between me (S) and my husband (R) while I was polishing my nails:
S: ALL THE COLORS!!!
R: You have too many polishes and can’t decide what color to wear?
S: No, this is a polish that has all the colors in one!
Duo- and multichrome polishes are never easy to photograph, and while these pics show a lot of colors, I didn’t manage to capture all the colors. For instance, the amazing teal and emerald green flash turned out blue instead. It was so hard to pick just a few pictures of this, so prepare for epic picspam!
Eclipse is very sheer on its own, so it needs to be layered over black to allow the amazing multichrome to appear. Shown here is two coats of Eclipse over two coats of GOSH Nero. The formula of Eclipse is very nice and easy to apply, but I was a little eager while painting and laid it on too thick, so I got some bubbles. Just keep the coats thin, and I think you’ll be fine.
I just love this polish, and it’s also super amazing to use for nail polish jewelry. You can buy Ozotics from Picture Polish at AUD 14.95 a piece.