February 13, 2013

Ozotic Mr Big in Black & White Swatches

Hi guys!! Today I have a couple new-ish Ozotic polishes to show you. Ozotic recently came out with 3 polishes they are calling Mr Big, they are called that because they are gigantic! The bottles are twice the size of the regular full sized polishes we're used to. The 3 polishes in the Mr Big range are Black, White and a Top Coat. I haven't gotten a chance to try out the top coat yet so once I have been using it for a while I'll let you guys know my thoughts about it. I really like the idea behind these specific colors in the giant bottles, if you guys are anything like me the things you go through the quickest are black, white, top coat and base coat. Base and top coat I go through for obvious reasons but I'm also constantly using black and white for layering. Side note...I wish Nails Inc Baker Street came in this kind of bottle, it's one of the few polishes I have a massive dent in and that makes me sad (good thing I've hoarded backups haha)

Anyway...onto polish! Mr Big in Black is a black creme. I was bit worried that I would have trouble with the application because of the size of the brush....the brush is pretty long due to the bottle being so huge. Good news though, no issues with controlling the brush! The formula was a bit thin at first but as I polished it got better and easier to apply. This dried nice and shiny on it's own! I used 2 coats for the photos below. I think it will probably end up being a 1 coater the more I use it since the formula will thicken up a little bit.

Sunlight, y u make me look so ghostly?

Lighting: Shade
Mr Big in White is a white creme. This is a stark pure white creme. The formula was nice, it wasn't too thick or too thin. The first coat was on the streaky side but it evened out without a problem. I'd say this is a 2-3 coater depending on how you polish. If you use thinner coats you'll need 3 but if you tend to do thicker coats like I do 2 will probably be fine for you. Both photos below are in sunlight.



In case you don't follow me on Instagram here's a comparison I posted of the Ozotic Mr Big bottle next to a regular Ozotic polish and an OPI. Hopefully it gives you an idea of just how big it is!


The Ozotic Mr Big polishes are available at picturepolish.com.au for $19AUD along with their network partners like Harlow & Co and Llarowe for $19. piCture pOlish has other network partners all over the world also, for a full list check out http://www.picturepolish.com.au!


10 comments:

  1. The idea behind this is great, but my problem is that it's still priced as costing at least two bottles of polish (say OPI) if not more. To me, it really only makes sense to buy bigger if you get a break on the cost.

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    1. That makes sense from an American POV, but in Australia where picture polish is based OPI costs 19.95 per bottle, so it's much better value!

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    2. That makes sense for Americans, but in Australia where Picture Polish is based OPI polish costs 19.95 per bottle! This is a much more affordable option for Aussies:)

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  2. Hey Jen! Could you do a comparison between Tart-y For The Party and Sweet Hook by china glaze if you have both? Hav a nice day! Thanks!

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  3. That is such a super cute idea - I'm always running out of top coat & base coat!!

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  4. The white one hurts my eyes. It's a pity i see this one now because i just brought a bottle of the white one from opi recently lol

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  5. Such a gigantic bottle! And a great idea! I don't layer polishes, yet...but I have a feeling it's coming!

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  6. Wow, that black is stunning!

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  7. That's a very smart idea from Ozotic! I also use my blacks and whites a lot for layering

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  8. Do ozotic make 3 free polishes yet?

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