OCC Lip Tars are pro products, don't apply it like a cosmetic counter product because this contains way more pigment, and you will end up blending it all the way down to your toes. It takes very little to enhance your looks, and it can take too much to destroy it, so start off with less then build up. (The following is just my technique on application, yours may differ.)
I apply a few dots on the top and bottom lip then spread. If I only want that one layer of color then I just leave it. If I want to make it more intense, I apply another coat after the first coat dries a bit. Building up the layers is better than just applying just one thick layer. This avoids bleeding. Once the color has dried, I can apply some of the clear gloss on top.
I played around with them and came up with my favorite watermelon lipcolor!
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