MISERY Liquid Lipstick by Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Inspired by Broadway Show

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On January 11th 2016, Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics will release, “Misery” a brand-new Lip Tar shade inspired by the Broadway adaption of Stephen King’s bestselling novel, MISERY. The liquid lipstick shade is the brand’s first official Broadway collaboration.

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar shade inspired by the Broadway show adaption of Stephen King’s bestselling novel MISERY

“Misery” is described as a bright crimson red, and arrives as part of the brand’s newest makeup innovation, LIP TAR / RTW. The LIP TAR / RTW line features the same long-lasting and pigment-rich liquid lipstick that turned the brand into an overnight sensation in 2009, now packaged with an inclusive doe-foot applicator for even more ease of use.

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Misery liquid lipstick

In addition to the co-branded LIP TAR / RTW release, Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics was named the official makeup sponsor for MISERY, which is now open and runs for an extremely limited engagement through February 14 at the Broadhurst Theatre.

‘Misery’ Lip Tar / RTW will be an exclusive for $15.00 USD to both the Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics boutique (174 Ludlow Street) and the brand’s website on www.OCCMakeup.com


About MISERY ON BROADWAY:

Two-time Emmy® Award and Golden Globe Award® winner Bruce Willis makes his Broadway debut alongside three-time Emmy® Award winner Laurie Metcalf this fall in MISERY, the edge-of-your-seat suspense thriller.

Following a near-fatal car accident, a world-famous novelist finds himself in a strange house being nursed back to health by his doting, self-proclaimed Number One Fan. But when her love for his work turns to dangerous obsession, he realizes he must plot his most important story yet: how to escape with his life.

Adapted for the Broadway stage by two-time Academy Award® winner William Goldman and directed by Will Frears, MISERY plays a strictly limited engagement through Sunday, February 14 at Broadway’s Broadhurst Theatre (235 West 44th Street).

Learn more about MISERY on Broadway, visit - www.miserybroadway.com



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