One thing I loveeee about OCC Lip Tars is how versatile they are. Not only can you mix different shades to customize your own shade, the looks you can do with them are endless. Here I am showing you a couple of looks you can easily create in just minutes!
Look #1: OCC Psycho Lip Tar + Concealer = Ombre Lips
To commemorate their arrival into San Diego Comic-Con (July 18 to 21 2013), Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics collaborated with artist Gail Potocki to launch a limited edition metallic Lip Tar Collection, Fragmented Alice, which is inspired by her latest series of paintings.
During The Makeup Show Chicago 2013, I finally got to see the OCC Stained Gloss Lip Tars in person and just as expected, they are AWESOMEEEEE!
OCC Stained Gloss Lip Tars Review
If you’re a fan of the mega popular Lip Tars from Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics, I got great news for you! A new product, Stained Gloss Lip Tar, will be officially coming to stores next week!
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics has teamed up with NYLON Magazine to bring us a new shade to one of my all-time favorite lip products, Lip Tar.
The new color, dubbed NYLON, is a classic bubblegum pink with a neon twist – perfect with a neutral eye! It is also packed with highly emollient naturally-derived ingredients including Hemp Oil, whose Omega-3 EFAs to go on slick and moist but set to a satinmatte finish, giving you the longevity of a lipstick with the ease of application of a gloss.
After my first batch of OCC Lip Tar Swatches, I decided to let the artist in me come out and play. Following the basics of color theory, I used the primary colors – NSFW (primary red), Yellow Iron Oxide (mustard yellow) and RX (primary cyan blue) – along with Feathered (white), to create my very own shades. To start off, here are swatches of just RX and Yellow Iron Oxide as requested by you guys: