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Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Vegan Brushes

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Recently OCC came out with some brushes to add to their line of products. I have been so impatient to play with them, as I had heard SOO many things about them, but they were sent to my parents house in AZ, and then my mother, who is the queen of mailing things 2 weeks after they arrive, mails the brushes to me in TX 2 days before I leave on a 3 week vacation. Needless to say, they arrived here the day after I left. Typical :P

So finally, I am back home and got to see them in person!

From the website:
OCC Brushes combine form and function in a sleek and cruelty-free fashion. Unprecedentedly soft synthetic bristles made from blends of nylon and taklon apply powder, liquid and creme products effortlessly. OCC signature white handles emblazoned with our logo fit ergonomically into your hands and are specially weighted with nickel-plated ferrules to balance with ease. A must for any artist’s kit or for a pro-quality application of your favorite cosmetics.






Brush #001: Large Powder Brush $28
A luxuriously soft all purpose powder brush for use on the face and body.


Brush #002: Foundation Brush $24
A firm but flexible foundation brush. A great alternative to an airbrush.



Brush #003: Concealer Brush $22
A uniquely shaped, flexible concealer brush that applies smoothly and evenly.



Brush #004: Tapered Blending Brush $20
A standard in any pro’s kit, an excellent brush for contouring the eye.



Brush #005: Angled Blending Brush $22
An indispensable multipurpose brush for contouring and shading.



Brush #006: Short Shader Brush$22
A thick, fluffy and compact shading brush for the eyelids.



Brush #007: Large Shader Brush $20
A makeup standard for applying creme and powder products densely and precisely.


Brush #008: Small Shader Brush $20
For compact and precise applications of powder and creme products. Excellent for small details.



Brush #009: Angle Brush $18
For defining eyes, eyebrows and beyond. Excellent for a precision application of Lip Tars.


These brushes are incredibly soft, especially for being synthetic. Chances are that if I hadn’t mentioned it and you just picked one up to play with it, you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between these and real hair brushes.


These were sent for review consideration by OCC.



  1. Tracee

    December 7, 2010 at 3:42 pm

    The blending brush looks kinda iffy but I love the white handles.

  2. Sandee

    December 7, 2010 at 5:03 pm

    Lucky!! I wish they would send me some for review :)

  3. Beauty Addict

    December 8, 2010 at 1:44 am

    I love the way they look! They are so pretty! You made me want to play with them too! :)

  4. Ida

    December 8, 2010 at 9:50 pm

    Love them! What do you use to clean the different brushes?

  5. tazmin

    January 6, 2011 at 1:46 am

    man i want some of those how do i order them?

  6. Mim

    February 23, 2011 at 4:30 am

    You should do a video on your favourite brushes!

  7. Sarah

    March 25, 2011 at 10:06 pm

    Have you used any of ELF’s brushes? Was just wondering because they seem pretty inexpensive. Just wondering it they’re good. And how do you clean your brushes?!

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