I have on my lucky little digits right now Ozotic Pro 505, and I just don't know where to start with this one! It is simply gorgeous, it is like an oil spill, its a rainbow in a bottle and yes, it does look just as awesome on the nail. This polish on its own is sheer and doesn't look much to rave about, but its not supposed to be worn alone. It needs to be layered, and when you layer it over a dark colour, BAM! You are transformed from mundane to magnificent! Its no secret I love glitters, I drool at holographics, but I fall at the feet of and adore multichromes. Make no mistake, this isn't a duochrome with just two flashes of colour which you have to have your hand in some weird contortion to see. No, this is a true multichrome. It flashes a rich teal green, dark blue, purple, and reddish bronze, and it is breathtaking and very noticeable. It is one of those you just can't stop staring at, and I even had comments from complete strangers when I went grocery shopping!
I ordered this from the lovely girls at piCture pOlish in Australia, and whilst its certainly not the cheapest polish I ever bought, it was worth every single penny. In fact I have now ordered Ozotic Pro 506 Reef, and I HAD to also order Ozotic Pro Elytra 528, this one being a multichrome glitter how could I resist that!
These pics are Ozotic Pro 505 over Orly Wild Wisteria. It is 2 coats of Ozotic and it went on perfect (apart from my application being a bit questionable, but hey I was excited!) It has been on now since Monday, and its wearing very well and I have no plans to take it off yet. I have tried to photograph it the best I can, but it has been quite dull with crappy weather, and these kind of polishes always seem to be difficult to catch properly. If you click on the bottle picture you can enlarge it for detail, it shows the colour much better. There are lots of much more awesome pics than mine on the internet anyway if you do a quick search for them. I seem to have only been able to catch the blue, the teal (which is more pronounced in reality) and the purple but anyway, here are my pics of this stunning creation.