Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar-Pretty Boy

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar-Pretty Boy (.33 oz/$16/Sephora)

I love lip tars. You need a tiny amount to make your lips look perfect. I’ve posted on a few of my favorite colors in the past but a new one came out months ago. It’s called Pretty Boy.

First things first I am so glad that Lip Tars are at Sephora now. I feel like more people will be able to enjoy them.

From Sephora.com:

What it is:
A high-opacity lipstick concentrate with unprecedented longevity.

What it does:
Flash a fabulous smile and a stunning splash of color with this lip formula that combines the longevity of a lipstick with the breezy application of a gloss. The rich pigment will drench your pout and the blend of essential oils, including hemp and peppermint, will soothe and soften the skin for a supremely comfortable finish. For easy travel and application, each Lip Tar comes with a vinyl carrying case and mini lip brush.

Pretty Boy is a super rich fuchsia. Want to see? Cover your eyes this might blind you!









This is not for the shy. This color is something else ain’t it? Wow.

I usually touch up every four hours when wearing a Lip Tar. It’s amazing how little product you need to cover your lips and look fantastic all day. I smell a minty scent when I open the tube. That goes away quickly. If you haven’t checked out all the colors available Sephora has 40 shades on their website! That’s a lotta Lip Tars!

Let me know if you have tried one of these. I love them. My favorite color Lip Tar ever is Hoochie. A few months ago I showed you a red called Harlot. It’s a bright eye-catching red. Delicious! NSFW is great also, it’s red also. I love OCC’s pinks and reds.

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