Saturday, November 10, 2012

Ozotic Beam


Ozotic have recently released the 900 line, a series of translucent polishes for layering. This is 906 Beam - it's a mix of different coloured iridescent particles in a clear base, and is meant to be layered over a base. One coat over black:




Like the Sugar series, one of which I swatched last week, it's very dense and only needs one coat.

I'm writing up my thesis at the moment - going through mountains of characterisation for my organic molecules. For those of you lucky to be uninitiated in the pain that is characterisation, it's what you have to do to prove that you synthesised the molecule you say you've synthesised - it mainly involves a metric buttload of numbers with decimal points, and I now have 100 pages of it. Not looking forward to proofreading 100 pages of numbers! The things I do for science...

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5 comments:

Sia said...

Love the colour

beachgal said...

I adore effect toppers - this is a pretty one - similar to ones I have from CND effects. I completely empathize with your thesis work. I am a clinical laboratory scientist who went on for 2 masters degrees and my PhD as well in science fields. I was both blessed and not so blessed by the fact when I did my work, genetics was not as far along as it is today. Still that said, proof of original research is the basis of any PhD level program. I think it's harder in math and science fields because there is no wiggle room at all for anything but the absolutes.

TikiBarbie said...

Gorgeous color!

LabMuffin said...

@Sia - It's very pretty - combines two of my favourites :)

@beachgal - I agree, and there's no autocorrect for numbers! :( I had so many missing digits/decimals it was ridiculous...

@TikiBarbie - It's one of my top picks from the 900s, I'm a sucker for purples.

Kathy said...

I like it Lab Muffin. I feel your pain...working on logistic regression and multiple regression as to the external predictors that affect STEM students' graduation rates. Thankfully I don't have as much data to go through as you.

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