Today I’ve got a video and written review for you on OCC Strumpet Lip Tar. In my book, it’s the perfect fall lip color! I think it’s flattering on a variety of skintones from dark to light. It looks great on its own, as well as layered underneath a sheer gold lipstick or gold gloss.
The Website Claims:
A high-opacity lipstick concentrate with unprecedented longevity. 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.
- No Parabens
- No petroleum
- No silicone
- Hemp Oil: Rich in omega and gamma-lineolic essential fatty acids; extraordinarily moisturizing.
- Peppermint Oil: A natural antibacterial and antimicrobial agent that allows OCC to create a product free of parabens and other synthetic preservatives.
- Tocopherol Acetate: Rich in antioxidants; highly moisturizing.
- 100 % vegan and cruelty-free
Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Oil, Mentha X Peprita (Peppermint) Oil, Tocopherol Acetate (Vitamin E), Stearalkonium Hectorite, Propylene Carbonate
May Contain: Silica Dimethyl Silylate, D&C Red #6, D&C Red #7, D&C Red #27, D&C Red #30, FD&C Blue #1, FD&C Yellow #5, FD&C Yellow #6, Iron Oxides, Titanium Dioxide, Mica.
$15.00 for .33 oz from OCCMakeup.com
Some of the older shades in discontinued packaging are available for $8 for .27 oz from Suite7Beauty
They will soon be available from Sephora.com for $15 or $16 (not sure which, as Nylon was $16, but elsewhere OCC is $15).
Does it live up to its claims?
Yes! It is very very important to use the TINIEST amount available. When I originally tried lip tars, I tried to apply it like a lip gloss out of the tube. Big mistake! Lots of feathering… coming off on my teeth… a huge mess! Yuck! Now that I know how to apply it, it’s great.
You open the lip tar and squeeze it very gently, to get the smallest bead of product out. I apply that to the bottom lip first with a lip brush, and then work my way outwards around the lip line. I blot my lips together, then work on the top lip. I very sparingly fill in any spots as necessary.
OCC Lip Tars can be worn on their own, or mixed with other lip tars to make unique colors.
Would I purchase again?
Yes! If I ever run out, I will be purchasing another Strumpet. I’ve continued to purchase lip tars now that I’ve got the hang of how to use them and I have quite a collection! I recently brought them to the Cult Nails Deceptive Photoshoot where we played with them. I think they’re a nice product, especially for the price and amount of product that you get. I did take off half a star for the learning curve.
Here’s my video talking about OCC Strumpet. If you like it, don’t forget to give it a thumbs up 🙂
OCC is cruelty-free. Product purchased by me. All opinions are my own.