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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

A Butterfly Eye with Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics, where have you been all my life? I just adore your loose color concentrates! The junkie in me just cannot get enough! :)

Recently I acquired the majority of them and I am in color heaven! For Fall/Winter the color collection is called Pretty Boy. There are three new loose color concentrates: Cruising (brassy gold shimmer), Jubilee (icy blue with intense yellow/green shimmer) and Poison (primordial forest green shimmer) I acquired the last two of the new fall ones. Loose Color Concentrates are usually $12.00 but right now they are 25% off, making them $9.00!!!! They can be purchased at www.occmakeup.com. The rest of the Fall/Winter collection can be found on the website. There is a gorgeous glitter and some of the Lip Tars. I purchased a couple of those and just started to get into trying them. I will have to discuss those later.

For the look here I am wearing Jubilee, Poison, Clove and Oberon. Clove is described as a pale champagne shimmer and Oberon is a ethereal pink white frost. I know that when Jubilee goes on my eyes I cannot stop looking at them. I feel like a butterfly! Also for this look I lined with Urban Decay's 24/7 liner in Junkie and used MAC's Opulash Optimum Black mascara. On my cheeks I used Smashbox Blush Rush in Pose and MAC Fleshpot on my lips. I feel that the strong eyes are complemented by a nude lip. The Oberon swatch was hard to get, it actually goes on the eye better than this. Jubilee goes on nicely dry and if you wet it, it goes on even better! Poison is so dark and shimmery that it looks good dry or wet. 

On the look here, I have used Clove in the crease, then Poison to define the crease. I have heavy lidded eyes so I always use a darker color to "define" the crease. Then I took Poison and used it on the outer edge of the lid and under the eye. Jubilee then went all over the lid. Finally, Oberon just under the brow. The "ethereal" nature of Jubilee and Oberon make the eye look similar to a butterfly's wing. I hope you like this look. Comments are welcome!
Clove (left) Oberon (right)

Poison (top) Jubilee (bottom)

Jubilee (l) Poison (r)
Oberon (l) Clove (r)

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