OCC Lip Tar Test Tubes x 3 Set

Occ Lip Tar Test Tubes x 3 setsPIN IT

When I first saw these on Temptalia today I got all excited as OCC are available at Sephora.  Sadly, we can’t ship them over to the UK, but hopefully they’ll be available for us soon! The OCC Lip Tar Test Tubes x 3 sets are gorgeous little kits of OCC lip goodies available in three variants.  Each kit contains 2 shades of the infamous Lip Tars, a Lip Tar Primer and a dinky little lip brush.

The three variants are:


OCC Lip Tar Test Tubes x 3 Blue BloodPIN IT

Blue Blood which comes with Lip Tars in Stalker (matte red) and Rx (matte blue).


OCC Lip Tar Test Tubes x 3 Champagne ShoresPIN IT


Champagne Shores which comes with Pris (metallic beige) and Trollop (mid salmon pink).

OCC Lip Tar Test Tubes x 3 Pink PrismPIN IT

Pink Prism which comes with Lovecraft (metallic pale lilac/grey) and Pretty Boy (bright and heavily blue fuchsia).

I absolutely love the idea of these and I think the colour combinations are fab.  One of my first make-up kits that I got really excited about when I was younger was a set of 4 or 5 mini lip paints that came with a brush and a palette from Chanel, and this reminds me so much of that.  I love nothing better than products that make make-up fun and creative, so this is going to be a winner for me.  I’ve no idea when these will arrive in the UK or how they’ll be priced, but at the time of writing they’re available on Sephora for around £13.  I doubt they’ll be that cheap here but you never know…Have a look at the products on Sephora here – link – or check out Temptalia’s post here.



  • Angela Angeline
    June 2, 2014

    OCC is going to be at IMATS in London! I am going to try to buy them then.
    Angie x

    • Sascha
      Angela Angeline
      June 4, 2014

      Oh fab! I hope they have these available by then! xx

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