This was the display set up at SDCC. They were at a gallery booth that was displaying the art. I like how they are all lined up, ready for the taking.
The lip tar comes in a cute little zip lock type package. Like all Lip Tars, it comes with a cute little brush. This one also came with a special Fragmented Alice card with the artwork on one side and tips on how to apply on the other.
Fragmented is a golden green shade with lots of gold shimmer. The texture was slightly thick like Lip Tars usually are, but very workable. This color was actually much more sheer than I thought it was going to be. I've tried other Lip Tars and they are usually very opaque. An OCC rep was at Comic-Con and he helped apply Fragmented Alice on me. Instead of an opaque green martian look that I thought was going to happen, I got a much more subtle look with a slight green cast to my lips and a lovely gold sheen. Fragmented may be closer in formula to the recent Lip Stains that OCC put out in opacity.
The rep emphasized the fact that this was a very buildable color and could be layered to be more opaque. I was a little disappointed that it wasn't more green but have to admit that it's much more wearable as a sheerer shade. I could also see Fragmented Alice being a good mixing shade. Blended with other Lip Tars might create something unexpected and beautiful.
I don't know how often I will really be wearing this but I don't regret buying it. I love the art tie-in and this unusual shade is a fun addition to my collection. I am pretty sure that there will be a whole Fragemented Alice collection later this year.