Ozotic Mish Mash collection: Swatches, comparison and review!

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As promised here is a comparison post between the 4 different polishes from the new Ozotic Mish Mash collection!

I already swatches every polish separately and as some polishes are close to each other, a direct comparison is an intesreting way to distinguish them, I believe.
If you missed the different reviews, you can click on the links below.
  • Ozotic 531: shifts from rusty copper to gold, to purple, and even to green at certain angles + holo!
  • Ozotic 532: shift from teal to blue-silvery blue and to purple + holo!
  • Ozotic 533: shifts from silvery blue, to a warmer blue to purple and green + holo!
  • Ozotic 534: shifts from royal blue to royal purple and can also take some pink, lilac and copper shades+ holo!
All polishes in this collection are meant to be layered over a base color because they are sheer! You cannot achieve full opacity even if you apply several coats. For the following swatches, I used 2 coats of A-England Lancelot and then 2 coats of Ozotic.

L-R: Ozotic 531, 532, 533, 534.

L-R: Ozotic 531, 532, 533, 534.

Let's go to the swatches!

L-R: 531, 532, 533, and 534.
Here you can see that #531 and #534 are unique while #532 and #533 are quite similar.

L-R: Ozotic 531, 532, 533, 534.

Down-up: Ozotic 531, 532, 533, 534.
In the upper picture, you can see the difference between all the polishes IMO. #532 and #533 are still really close but you can see a small difference between them in terms of blue tones.

Down-up: Ozotic 531, 532, 533, 534.

Down-up: Ozotic 531, 532, 533, 534.
Here also you can distinguish (not easly, I admit) #532 and #533. #533 has a more prononced teal/green part than #533. #533 is more of a pure blue polish. But again, this is rather subtle.

L-R: Ozotic 531, 532, 533, 534.

In the following picture, I focussed on #532, #533, and #534. To simplify, #532 is has more teal undertones, #533 blue , while #534 purple.

If you go up in the picture: 532, 533, and 534.

If you go up in the picture: 532, 533.

Final verdict: That's a great collection since most of polish addicts love multichrome and holographic polishes. So here you have both effects in a single polish. That's a brilliant idea! Don't forget that all these polishes are sheer and thus meant to be layered over a base color. #531 and #534 are the most unique polishes because they really have their own color shift. #532 and #533 are really close and it's quite difficult (or even nearly impossible) to distinguish them. I think this is the only drawback of this collection. So unless you're a total polish addict, I wouldn't recommand buying #532 and #533 at the same time. If you have one of them, it's enought IMO. However, this collection is really a winning collex because the polishes are really original and so much fun! You've got a really stong holographic effect and moreover, your polish keep changing colors! Amazing!

Ozotic polishes can be purchased from Llarowe. This is the US stockist for Glitter Gal, Ozotic, A England, Hits and Ludurana polishes, 5 awesome nail polishes brands.They sell internationally and have an awesome customer service. You can visit Llarowe on Facebook.
Ozotic polishes can also be purchased from Picture Polish online shop. Stephanie from Packer Lacquer is also an US stockist for Picture Polish and Ozotics polishes. 

 *Product in this post was sent by the company/PR for my honest review*

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