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OCC -Technicolor Plastic Passion

For Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics, Spring 2014 is not the season to play it safe! Gone are the demure pastels and flirty palette of seasons past, replaced instead by hypersaturated hues and technicolor textures. OCC’s PLASTIC PASSION collection delivers its most vibrant lineup of Lip Tar shades to date, in both our Matte and Metallic textures. Lips are lacquered in shades that are bold beyond belief. For Spring, excess is everything!

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics-Technicolor Plastic Passion
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics
OCC Technicolor Plastic Passion
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics

Featuring the legendary DEVEN GREEN as the faces of PLASTIC PASSION!

POOL BOY: Aquatic Blue (Matte)

ROLLERGIRL: Vibrant Lavender Purple (Matte)

MANNEQUIN: Malibu Pink (Matte)

KIMBER: Neon Orange Coral (Matte)

HOLLYWOOD: Beige/Gold Shimmer (Metallic)

What is Lip Tar?

Available in over 50 long wearing shades (including vivid primary colors for mixing and wearable neutrals) in two innovative finishes: original MATTE and METALLIC. 100%Vegan and Cruelty-Free(Contains no animal-derived or animal-tested ingredients). Contains Organic Hemp & Peppermint Oils and Vitamin E. Gluten, Silicone, and Paraben free.

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics

Founded in New York City in 2004 by makeup artist David Klasfeld, Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics started with a pair of Lip Balms, ‘Tarred’ and ‘Feathered’. As an artist, Klasfeld wanted to develop products that met the needs of artists who weren’t satisfied with the traditional options found on the market, through a commitment to innovation in color, texture and selection.

In 2006, OCC introduced OCC Skin, one of the first airbrush formulas created specifically to address the needs of High Definition beauty. OCC Skin quickly made it into the kits of artists working in television, film and advertising.

2007, OCC’s Nail Lacquer range was created in partnership with the Chelsea Art Museum for the opening of an exhibit entitled "Dangerous Beauty". A recipient of OCC’s ‘Dangerous’ Nail Lacquer at the event was the Style Editor at who later named the polish a “Must Have for Back to School 2008”. Also in 2007, OCC launched Loose Colour Concentrate, a deeply pigmented multi-purpose shimmer powder. The difference was not what we put in it, but what we left out – fillers, extenders and translucent mica – giving new meaning to the term ‘pure pigment.

After two years in development, 2009 heralded the launch of Lip Tar™ at The Makeup Show: Los Angeles. With the instant support of celebrity makeup artists in attendance, Lip Tar™ was declared the “talk of the show” by WWD on the day it was launched. Almost instantly, OCC attracted the attention and overwhelming support of the blogosphere.

Since the overwhelmingly successful launch of Lip Tar™, OCC has released shades in both its original Matte finish and a newer Metallic finish, as well as a more translucent (but equally innovative) version of Lip Tar™ called Lip Tar: Stained Gloss™. After 2 years in development, and field-testing on the run- way, OCC has also expanded its complexion range with the launch of both OCC Tint: Tinted Moisturizer and OCC Skin: Conceal in 2012 both of which were designed to meet both professional and consumer demands for an expanded range of complexion products.

OCC strives to be on the forefront of colour cosmetics, while honoring both our professional makeup artistry and cruelty-free heritage. OCC is proud to be 100% Vegan & Cruelty-Free, as internationally certified by PETA.

In New York you can find the entire range of OCC at Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics 174 Ludlow Street, New York NY 10002.

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