Lip Tar’s New Packaging Makes It So Much Easier to Use
We love Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar. It’s richly pigmented, incredibly long lasting, and comes in every color under the sun (lemon yellow, sky blue, Kermit the Frog green). Our only gripe? The packaging. Unless you’re a professional makeup artist, manipulating the liquid-y formula isn’t easy. First, you have to squeeze a small drop out of the tube and onto the tiny brush. Then, you have to paint it onto your lips without slipping outside the lines. And those clear plastic pouches the product comes in always get lost or eventually become a goopy mess. Luckily, there’s good news for all us non-makeup artists out there. Starting August 14th, Lip Tar is getting a makeover.
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