Halloween may be over, but for Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics “Everyday is Halloween”, and that’s the moniker they’ve given their newest collaboration with the oh-so-fabulous drag queens Porcelain, Misty Maven and Omyra Lynn AKA the Misfits.
There are two things that I can’t get enough of: fabulous cosmetics and glamorous drag queens!OCC is giving us a taste of both with this limited-edition collection featuring four makeup sets with a mix of new and old-school classics.
Each set has its own theme that was coordinated by OCC artists to be utilized for everyday looks (for folks like me) and over-the-top dramatic looks (for my glam-obsessed friends who love rocking an extremely beat face). The sets include a Lip Tar™, a Nail Lacquer, and two pots of a colour (including Loose Colour Concentrate and Cosmetic Glitter). (Ummm yes, please!)
Here’s what David Klasfeld, CEO/Creative Director, Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics had this to say about the collection:
“Halloween is certainly my favorite holiday, and I think most makeup artists and enthusiasts can say the same. Working with The Misfits on this project is amazing because they’re men and women of every background and style — exactly our target audience.”
Here’s a closer look at each set and the products they include:
“The Scream Queen”
Marion: Rose Beige Neutral (Lip Tar: Matte) Datura: Pink Lavender Sheen (Loose Colour Concentrate) Overlook: Deep Plum Shimmer (Loose Colour Concentrate) Phantasm: Pastel Blue Metallic (Nail Lacquer)
Pretty Boy: Super Rich Fuschia (Lip Tar: Matte) Cherry Bomb: Fuschia-Leaning Red (Loose Colour Concentrate) Magenta: Bright Pink/Purple (Cosmetic Glitter) Just The Same (NEW!): Deep Blue Velvet Shimmer (Nail Lacquer)
Clear: To Prep and Rehydrate (Lip Tar: Primer) Atlas (NEW!): Golden Champagne Shimmer (Loose Colour Concentrate) Gold: Bright Yellow-Gold (Cosmetic Glitter) Cruising: Antique True Gold (Nail Lacquer)
Each set retails for $47.50 (USD) and can be found exclusively on OCCMakeup.com.
Will you be celebrating Halloween 365 with thiese limited-edition OCC sets?