OCC Cha Cha Lip Tar
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tars combine the longevity of a lipstick, with the ease of application of a gloss. Goes on slick and moist, and dries down to a satin finish. Ultra-saturated in color, Lip Tar contains an unprecedented amount of pigment – a little goes a very, very long way! An intense yet featherweight layer of color that stands up to the scrutiny of Hi-Def Video and Digital Photography, without ever looking (or feeling!) heavy. Meant to be mixed, Lip Tar comes in concise array of colors for a limitless selection of shades made by you!
100% Vegan and Cruelty-Free
Free of Parabens and Harsh Preservatives
Cha Cha is described on the OCC website as a pinked cantaloupe.
When I opened the package at first glance, I wasn’t sure if the color was going to work for me. It looks almost neon coral in the tube. But, once applied to the lips, the color comes out a lot lighter. It is bright, nevertheless.. but it isn’t anything like MAC Vegas Volt.. What it actually reminds me of is MAC Everhip with Myth layered on top. It’s like a very opaque, light peachy coral with a hint of pink.
Application: Because it is so pigmented, you only need a tiny drop. I’ve made the mistake a few times of applying too much and it was WAY too much pigment on my lips and it got all over my teeth (LOL.. eek!). A little goes a long way. Start out with less.. and then build the color to where you want it. The more you apply, the more opaque your lips look. The best way of applying this is with a lip brush or if you don’t have one.. the wand of your lip gloss.
Overall: I love this lip tar. I’ve been wearing it everyday. The color is pretty long lasting, non sticky and even though it dries to a satin, it doesn’t dry out my lips. Most days I mix it with clear gloss or Revlon Life’s a Peach lip gloss. I highly recommend this shade if you are a peach lover.