Tags: Red Lipstick
|from left: Cinnamon Dust, Black Scandal, Arabian Night, Golden Olive|
Cinnamon Dust: A matte warm grey with subtle green undertones. It does have some shimmer particles, which I find doesn’t really show up on my eyes (ie ends up looking totally matte). Smooth texture, medium pigmentation.
Black Scandal: Shimmery midnight blue, incredibly pigmented and smooth. Words cannot express how beautiful this colour is. Just a note of warning though- the shadow is fairly soft so apply with a light hand otherwise you will look like a (stylish) raccoon.
Arabian Night: Sparkly cool-toned purple. fairly pigmented, and reasonably smooth.
Golden Olive: metallic duochrome khaki base infused with orange-gold shimmer. Smooth texture, medium pigmentation.
|from left: French Chic, Luxury Brown, Orange Glow|
French Chic: shimmery light silvery sea-green colour. Very smooth texture and good pigmentation.
Luxury Brown: metallic medium-dark rust brown colour. Highly pigmented and very smooth.
Orange Glow: orange gold (similar to MAC melon pigment colour-wise). Not as pigmented as the others, and a little bit chalky.
…and here are some swatches. Some of the colours are a little washed out (sorry!)
|Swatches from left: Arabian Night, Black Scandal, Golden Olive, Cinnamon Dust.|
|Orange Glow, Luxury Brown, French Chic|
|wearing Ameli eye shadow in French Chic as a wash over lid|
|Wearing Ameli Cinnamon Chic eyeshadow as single wash on eye and Chanel Extrait de gloss ‘Impertinance’|
|wearing Ameli eye shadow ‘Black Scandal’ all over lid with MAC ‘Omega’ to blend into crease|
|wearing Ameli ‘Black Scandal’ all over lid with MAC ‘Omega’ to blend into crease|
Price: Ameli shadows cost between $13.00 and $19.50 at Vanity Box
|Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait de Gloss #59 packaging|
|Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait de Gloss #59 Impertinence|
|Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait de Gloss #59 Impertinence (neutral brown) Swatched|
|Me wearing Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait de Gloss in #59 Impertinence.|
|lip swatch Chanel Rouge Allure extrait de gloss #59 Impertinence|
|from left: Vintage lip tar, Melange lip tar, Clear lip tar|
|lip swatch- OCC lip tar Melange|
|swatched from left: Vintage, Vintage + Melange= ‘Vint-Lange’, Melange|
|1 part Vintage 2 parts Melange concoction = ‘Vint-Lange’|
|Me wearing ‘Vint-lange’ lip swatch|
|full face wearing ‘Vint-Lange’ on lips|
For international orders check the Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics website www.occmakeup.com
Posted by myfunnyvalentine on Jan 27th, 2011 in Lip Gloss, Lipstick, Reviews, Swatches | 926commentsOCC+Lip+Tars+in+Melange+and+Clear%3A+review%2C+swatches%2C+and+a+concoction%212011-01-27+12%3A42%3A00myfunnyvalentinehttp%3A%2F%2Fmyfunnyvalentineblog.com%2F%3Fp%3D92
When I first got my OCC Lip Tars in the mail, I was hyped up to the eyeballs from all the rave reviews from makeup gurus. I ripped the mail package apart in excitement, whipped out my lip brush, tried both colours on in a frenzy, hated them both, and angrily threw them in my drawer never to be seen again…
|Lip swatch OCC Lip Tar in Grandma- applied sparingly.|
|Lip swatch of OCC Lip Tar in Vintage|
|Full face photo- wearing OCC Lip Tar in Grandma|
|Full face photo- wearing OCC Lip Tar in Vintage|
|Full face photo wearing a mix of Grandma and Vintage|
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