Ozotic Pro Multi Chrome 504 (swatches & review)
Today I am extremely excited to be able to show you one of my biggest lemmings of the year, Ozotic Pro polishes! Ozotic Pro is an Australian brand that up until recently was only available in Australia or via very expensive international shipping/swapping. Now thanks to Llarowe’s shop you can get your hands on these beauties in the US. ^_^ Today I’ve got Ozotic Pro Multi Chrome 504 to share and it’s magnificent. I’ve heard it called ‘Twilight’ on some forums and blogs but I don’t think any of the Ozitics have actual names (someone correct me if I’m wrong). There are a LOT of photos with this post so you’ve been warned.
I used Seche Vite top coat and Sally Hansen Nail Quencher base coat for these swatches. Click the photos to enlarge them. Trust me, you’ll want to view all of these photos at their maximum size.
Ozotic Pro 504
Ozotic Pro Multi Chrome 504 is hard to describe. On its own it is very sheer and rather blah, but once you layer this polish it really comes to life. The color shifts for this multi-chromatic polish are phenomenal! It shifts from royal blue to purple, purple to maroon, maroon to orange, then finally orange to yellow. I could not stop staring at my nails when I was wearing 504.
This is two coats of 504 over Black Creme by Wet n Wild. Application was a breeze. The polish was thin and spreadable, and the polish brush was long and flexible. I love the hidden shimmer in 504! You can’t see it from the bottle but on the nail is really beautiful.
504 – Outside/Natural Light
The sun finally decided to show its face two days after I put 504 on, so I decided to take advantage of it while I still had the polish on to capture some shots in natural sunlight. I’m glad I did because 504 is even more spectacular in the sunshine! Please excuse the tip wear on a few of my fingers, again this was after I’d been wearing 504 for three days. -_-
More of the purple/maroon shift, just look at the shimmer shining through! *le sigh*
Some shaded shots of the polish, this is when you’ll really see the orange and yellow color shifts most predominately.
No words, just awe and wonder. Quite frankly I never want to take this off.
And last but not least, the macro shot you’ve all come to know and love. I’m so happy that I managed to capture all 504‘s color shifts and the shimmer in one shot. ^_^ Maximize This Picture!
What’s not to love about this polish! Ozotic makes some of the best multi-chromatic polishes I’ve seen in quite a long time, and their formula is superb. They are a little on the expensive side but you get such a unique polish that I feel it’s well worth the money spent. I hope to eventually own all of the available Multi Chromes because they’re wonderful!
Ozotic Pro Multi Chrome 504, and other Ozotic Pro polishes can be purchased from their US stockist, Llarowe. Ozotics retail at $17.50/ea for a 16ml bottle of polish. She does offer worldwide shipping (although Italy is currently excluded). Oztotics are also available through the Australian company Picture Polish for $14 AUD, though international shipping through them varies and can get quite expensive so I would refer to their shipping chart.
*The products in this post were sent to me for reviewing purposes.