July 07, 2013

OCC Lip Tars - Review

Hey everyone.

     Welcome to Monday! Ick! Monday...the beginning again and we now have a whole 5 days to go again until we have another weekend. But anyways, did you all see my new Youtube video about my states side shopping trip? If you did, you would have seen that I purchased my second Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar. In light of my new purchase I have decided to do a review on the product just for you guys! So, if you want to know how I feel about these tiny tubes, then keep reading.


Like I said, these are tiny little .33 oz tubes that will fit anywhere. They have bold fun lettering and they come in a plastic zip back with a tiny lip brush for application.

The Product

The product is very liquid and fluid. I usually pour out way more than I need to cover my lips. The brush it comes with is flexible and not stiff and helps make application way easier. They come in a whopping 42 shades (many can only be ordered online) and are Paraben free. Oh, they are also 100% vegan and cruelty-free. Which is awesome! :)
Divine- A Corally Pink


Like I said, I usually pour out way more than I need. With this product, a little goes a long way. I EOS, first to help the product glide on better. The product can be build by applying more after the first coat sets. 
usually get more than enough by just applying a tiny dot on my hand. This product does have a dryness about it so I recommend using a non-greasy lip balm, like the brand


The lip tars are long wearing but that can depend on what you are doing through out the day. If you drink 45 cups of coffee through out the day, the color may not last as long as you want. I usually get it to last for a good 4-5 hours. The line does offer a clear primer that can be purchased separately that claims to help the longevity of the product. I am unsure on whether or not it works though.

Pretty Boy- A super hot fushia
Final Word

Overall, I really enjoy these products! The color is good, the staying power is good and I like how little is needed to get the job done. They cost about $18 CAD in Sephora but considering how little you need, I feel like it's worth the money. This is defiantly a splurge but I will buy it again!

I want to know, have you tried these little guys? And if so, how do you feel about them? Do you have the primer and does it make a difference? Should I invest in it?

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Love you all and have a fantastic week!!! :D


Note: I am in no way affiliated or sponsored by this company. My views were never exchanged for money. These views are that of my own.

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