Monday, September 24, 2012

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Ozotic 907

Ozotic 907 Beam is predominantly blue and green glass flecks, but I think I might have worked this one out.  I think the blue flecks are duochrome and shift purple, and the green ones are actually yellow, and shift to green.  You can see it best in the macro shot below.

These first pictures are one coat over black.  I was getting pretty good at applying these smoothly by this time.  Just three wipes for each finger and they were great.  These polishes are packed with the glass fleck flakies so you do get really good coverage with them from just one coat.

Two coats of Ozotic 907 turns this blue/green speckled polish into a silverly  blue/green foil.

I've tried to show the polish here as a way of seeing what they look like at bit more of a distance, rather than the ginormous macro nail shots, although they are still really bit compared to real life nails. You can still see the slight speckled finish to the foil with bits of blue and yellow, but the overall colour is a light aqua foil.

On its own, this polish looks completely different, it looks peachy coloured rather than blue.  This was three coats to build up to this opacity.  There was still a bit of visible nail line, but the coverage was ok cause it covered my yellow stained nails.

I know if you've been following along tonight you know well and truly where to get these polishes and how much they cost, but I need to list it here on each blog post for people that will be googling the shades at a later date.

The new Ozotic 900 series polishes cost $13AUD and are available from Picture Polish.  They are also available for $15.50 (or equivalent in their currencies) through all the Picture Polish Network members.

This polish was sent to me for review, see my disclosure policy for more information.

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