This collection was inspired by shades that made their debut on the Fall/Winter runways. The range is edgy, but still unmistakably Fall. The gradient fingers from cuticle to tip are Pagan, a deep purple creme, Poison, a shimmery/metallic, forest green, and Covet, a warm tan. The dots are Technopagan, an awesome, almost electric, bright, metallic purple. I started the striped nails with the gray creme, Dangerous. The color at the very tip is Distortion, a metallic navy blue/green. Visit Vampy Varnish's post here to see individual swatches.
My first experience with OCC was great. The formula was really nice, especially the cremes, and the colors were spot on for the season. All OCC products are 100% vegan and cruelty free too. In addition to these six nail lacquer shades, the OCC Unknown Pleasures Collection also includes six all-new Lip Tar Mattes and Metallics and two online-exclusive Cosmetic Colour Pencil shades.
The Unknown Pleasures Collection will be available online at Sephora.com, Beautylish.com, and OCCMakeup.com beginning 8/5. For the first time, OCC nail lacquers will be available to try in-store starting 9/19 at participating locations.