Nail Polish Porn: Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lustgarten and Sebastian

Nail Polish Porn: Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lustgarten and Sebastian

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Nail Lacquers make the world go around, the world go around, the world go around…

OCC Lustgarten 
 

Date: September 15, 2013
Polish: Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lustgarten and Sebastian from the moderncraft collection.

OCC moderncraft nail lacquersLustgarten and Sebastian

Today we continue our look at the Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics moderncraft nail lacquers, a rich and boozy looking affair that pays homage to “the real-life cabarets of 1920s Weimar Berlin, and the art, music and aesthetic innovation that still strongly reverberates today.”

(Check out part one, which highlighted the glittertastic Man by Man and Mein Herr, the perfect nude.)

OCC moderncraft nail lacquer

There are six polishes in moderncraft. Here are OCC’s descriptions (shown from left):
Mein Herr – Crème fraîche Beige, Satin
Sebastian – Plum-Toned Taupe, Metallic
Isherwood – Gold-Laced Pipe Tobacco, Metallic
Black Metal Dahlia – Blackened Burgundy with Red Pearl, Metallic
Lustgarten – Vibrant Red Chrome, Metallic
Man by Man – Divinely Decadent Teal Green, Metallic

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Nail lacquers

It’s all metallics from here on out, starting with one subtle and one screaming…

OCC lustgarten swatch

Lustgarten is a pleasure indeed, a PERFECT hot-rod red metallic. It’s absolutely amazing, so fire hot that it almost looks like glowing embers in sunlight. I’ve had this on my nails all weekend and it’s the kind of color that distracts me. It’s a show stopper.

Like every polish I’ve tried so far in this collection, you can almost get away with one coat (it’s nearly opaque with just that.) But two is perfect.

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lustgarten

OCC Sebastian nail lacquer

Sebastian is a cool light taupe with a slight silver shimmer. Personally, I like this a lot more in the bottle than on my nails. I feel like it clashes a bit with my warm skin. (You can see the sunlight shot shown above warms it up a bit.) But on cool or dark skin, I bet it’s gorgeous.

It’s shown with two coats.

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Sebastian

OCC updated their bottles last year to this thin, flat shape, which is sleek and lovely. Now that I got the hang of the brush a bit more, I didn’t have the problem of it picking up too much product, like I did last week.

And what great wear on these! I got 3 days before I even had a slight chip (and I am ROUGH on my nails.)

OCC moderncraft nail lacquer

we heartsters, do these shades make YOUR world go around?

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