More BITE Beauty products to share with you today. I’ve had a few of these for a while but just haven’t gotten around to swatching them here. This brand continues to be one of my favorites for lip products and their monthly Lip Lab Limited Release Creme Deluxe Lipsticks aren’t helping my addiction. Naturally, when I saw their February color was a deep purple/fuchsia eggplant shade I actually set a reminder on my phone to nab one from Sephora before they sold out. I love all of these! Let’s get started…
Cashmere Lip Creams
These are highly pigmented and I think they are so fun to use! I don’t always want a super pigmented lip but when I do, these are one of the first things I think of. They’re creamy yet go on kind of powdery and matte at the same time. They’re very lightweight yet have such a packed pigment – very opaque. I tried them in Sancerre, Burgundy (which they are currently out of), and Napa. Sancerre is a deep pinkish red, I’d call it magenta, Burgundy is a deep berry purple that I’m completely obsessed with, and Napa is a deep baby pink (they describe it as cotton candy pink but I’d say more bubblegum). They feel really moist on the lips but can be hard to apply without a lip brush because of how bold they are. At $28 each I feel these are well worth it for the colors and quality.
Left to Right: Sancerre, Burgundy, Napa.
BB for Lips
These are one of my favorite Bite Beauty products because they are so wearable day to day. They are a nourishing balm with a medium tint of color that can be built up and also have SPF 15. They’re super smooth and silky, smell delicious and feels like it is nourishing and protecting my lips while looking great. I have them in Dolce (a berry purple which they are currently out of but I hope they bring it back!), Flush (a peachy pink), and Tawny (a rosy pink with hint of darker peach). $24 ea. Would I buy again? Yes, a very practical product that can be applied without a mirror.
Luminous Crème Lipstick
I own a couple others of these, but these ones are more nude colors compared to the rest of my collection. Pepper is a a dusty rose with hint of brown, and Salut is a perfect almond nude. I debated showing these at all because they are both out of stock as of today (sorry guys! Everything I own of theirs seems to be out!) But I hope that they will be back in stock soon. You can get an email alert from Sephora when they’re back. These are long lasting and really moisture-rich but don’t slide around. I absolutely love this formula and because they are free of Parabens, Sulfates, and Phthalates I’d really recommend trying one if you’ve been thinking about it. $24 ea. Color-wise their new Butter Cream Lipstick in ‘Cream’ looks like a similar shade to Salut.
Lip Lab Limited Release Creme Deluxe Lipstick
Shade 002 – Japanese Eggplant
They describe this as a perfectly balanced Purple/Pink and it is beautiful, though I was hoping for a bit more purple…that’s just me though. These limited releases are coming out at the beginning of the month all year and I couldn’t resist this one especially since I had a $25 Sephora gift card that I had been saving for it – otherwise these limited releases are $36! I don’t know if I would have splurged the full amount if I didn’t have a gift card to put toward it, but since I only had to pay $16.95 including shipping it was a fun purchase. It is a beautiful, rich pigment with tones of pinkish purple (right up my alley) but be warned it does stain even after thoroughly removing. I like knowing it is a limited color. That makes it feel special. I’m really excited to see what colors they’ll come up with the rest of the year. March was a fiery coral red.
Bite Lush Lip Wipes
I also bought these Bite Lush Lip Wipes which come in a cute little bag with mirror. They’re in individual packets which make them great for throwing in your bag. To show how easily they remove even the brightest red lipstick I used one on Bite’s High Pigment Pencil in Pomegranate. I’m so glad I got these because sometimes just using a tissue isn’t enough and can dry out your lips. These contain melon fruit extract for hydration and like all Bite Beauty products are formulated with food-grade ingredients.
I hope you enjoyed this post and found some of the info useful. You can see more of my Bite Beauty reviews here and here. xo – Naomi