Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Heroine Collection for Fall/Winter 2012

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Heroine Collection

Inspired by our favorite horror movie heroines, OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE COSMETICS pays homage to those who dare to face danger with seductive confidence. This season, OCC unveils lips to die for, eyes that smolder, and nails with a stiletto-like sharpness, so that you can confront this Fall/Winter season as wickedly as you want!

Lip Tar ($16.00)

  • Black Dahlia Blackest blackened red
  • Lydia Darkroom plum
  • Marion Deceitfully dirty rose
  • Psycho Dripping with blood red
  • Starling Deeply rusted red
  • Sybil Midnight brownout

Loose Colour Concentrate ($12.50)

  • Overlook Deep plum shimmer
  • Technoir Purpled navy shimmer

Glitter ($12.50)

  • Blaylock True black glitter

Creme Colour Concentrate ($20.00)

A new innovation from OCC, Crème Colour Concentrate is a smooth, blendable, buildable crème coverage product that’s suitable for use on the eyes, lips and cheeks!

  • Miriam Subdued whitened plum
  • John Doe Ash-toned taupe
  • Cthulu Dirty pale olive green

Nail Lacquer ($8.00)

  • Black Dahlia Blackened red (Satin)
  • Psycho Blood red (Satin)
  • Starling Deeply rusted red (Satin)
  • Suspiria UV magenta (Demi-Matte)
  • Captain Howdy Pea soup green (Satin)
  • Debaser Ridge-filling base coat

Availability: Now @ OCC Makeup

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Oh, I didn’t get that this collection is inspired by horror movie heroines! I must admit, I’m not into Horror movies but I would love to know after who those lip tars were named. Psycho is clear, Starling is Clarice Starling from “The silence of the lambs”. Is Lydia named after Lydia from “Beetlejuice” or is there another Lydia? The other I don’t know 🙂

I love the pigmentation of these, but even with an excellent balm underneath, they suck the moisture right out of my lips. I’ll have to stick with my old granny lipsticks like Guerlain, MAC and Tarina Tarantino.

Names like Cthulu and Suspiria are seriously fueling my love for this collection. References to H.P. Lovecraft and obscure Italian horror films? Yes!

Traffic is heavy on the link and on OCC! I’m just hanging! Anyhooo..without looking at the collection, I’m intrigued with the new products and will definitely be checking them out.. when I can get in…

I’m so glad you posted this. The new colors are “not in stock” at Sephora, so I just Black Dahlia direct from OCC. I’ve been in the mood to wear fall berry lip colors. Excited!

These products are affordable. But I guess I have to pass on this one. I prefer lighter tones so that I can wear it everyday. I am not a fan of dark colors but the products looks amazing and the names are attractive too especially if you are fond of horror movies.

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