Warning: This post is pic heavy :)
Quickie post for today. It's already late, and I've wasted an hour of my life watching Road Rules Battle of the Exes tonight (did anyone else watch? I was a little disappointed). Today's post is all about one of the new Ozotic polish from their Mish Mash collection. All of the Mish Mash polishes have a multi-chrome/holographic finish to them. The one I have photos of today is Mish Mash 532.
Ozotic Mish Mash 532 is another chameleon. I didn't expect the holo/multi-chrome shift to be so strong, but it was insanely strong. How does Ozotic do it? And how come none of the US companies can do this? This polish looked different in all different types of lighting and all angles. The color shift mainly goes between a light teal/aqua and purple, and the holographic finish shifts between purple and bright teal. In some lighting this looked only holographic, other lighting only multi-chrome, and other lighting it showed both finishes. Formula was so easy to work with. This is definitely one of my top polishes.
The photos below show 2 coats of Ozotic Mish Mash 532 over 1 coat of Sinful Colors Black. Everything was topped off with a coat of Seche Vite. You can order this beauty from Llarowe for $17.50.