Hello Gorgeous Gals!
I missed my lip products. I so badly missed reviewing lip products!! Let’s face it – makeup reviews are infinitely more fun than bath/body reviews. Colours are exciting, aren’t they! So, today’s review is from the much loved lip brand – Bite Beauty!
What it is:
An innovative, liquified lipstick that takes liquid lip looks to the next level, with indulgently creamy wear, precise application, and high-pigment color with a satiny finish.
What it does:
The liquid lip gets redefined: Bite Beauty’s most nourishing lipstick, Amuse Bouche, gets liquified. Unlike a traditional liquid lipstick, this award-winning formula features high-pigment color, indulgently creamy wear, and a satin finish, thanks to melt-on-your-mouth monoi butter and coconut oil. A precision applicator delivers effortless definition. Like all Bite Beauty products, it’s made with natural ingredients, and handcrafted in small batches. With an assortment of modern, wearable shades you’ve never seen from Bite Beauty, this collection gives everyday lip color an unexpected twist.
What it is formulated WITHOUT:
What else you need to know:
Founder Susanne Langmuir developed 12 modern, wearable shades. With complex and moody undertones that work perfectly with their revamped formula, this collection gives everyday lip color a startling twist. This formula is all about transformation, so each shade is aptly named after a cooking technique and the satiny, demi-glaze finish provides a sheen that makes these shades stand out.
Bite Beauty lip products are created with natural and organic ingredients and are free of petrochemicals.
This product is an Allure Best of Beauty award winner.
-Use the tip of the doe-foot applicator to easily line and define the contour of the lips.
-Fill in lips in using the flat side of the wand.
-For enhanced wear, pair with The Lip Pencil.
Polybutene, TriisodecylTrimellitate, Mineral Oil/ParaffinumLiquidum/HuileMinerale, Mica, DisteardimoniumHectorite, Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladipate-2, Limnanthes Alba Seed Oil, Octyldodecanol, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, Propylene Carbonate, EthylhexylPalmitate, Propylparaben, Tocopheryl Acetate, Fragrance/Parfum, May Contain/PeutContenir: (+/-) Red 6 (Ci 15850), Yellow 5 Lake (Ci 19140), Blue 1 Lake (Ci 42090), Red 22 Lake (Ci 45380), Red 27 Lake (Ci 45410), Iron Oxides (Ci 77491, Ci 77492, Ci 77499), Titanium Dioxide (Ci 77891).
$24 for 7.15 g
Packaging: The packaging is interesting. It is a cuboid tube made with the same velvety black material that the Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche lipsticks are made from. The tube has a transparent acrylic bottom through which the shade is clearly visible- allowing you to be able to pick up the correct shade in a jiffy, if you have more than one of these.
The tube has a doe-foot applicator which is slightly longer than usual applicators. It gives good control over the application and allows the lipstick to spread evenly on the entire lip and manages the lip line contour well too.
My Experience with Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Liquified Lipstick Whip:
A quick brief on the Brand before delving into their liquid lipsticks – for the benefit of anyone new to the brand. Bite Beauty is a Canada based brand sold exclusively at Sephora, apart from their own stores. Their USP is that the products are made with natural, organic, good-for-you, ingredients. Bite does not contain gluten, sulfates, parabens, phthalates or petrochemicals (not even silicone). Meaning – what is being applied to your lips is literally, good enough to eat. Another USP of the brand is that they have a couple of stores where you can make your own customized shade of lipstick and the same is prepared right in front of you. You are free to name it whatever you want and take it home with you! I feel this is so cool – both from the prospect of now being able to own something unique and also in case you like a particular colour, but have never been able to find it in a formula you like (assuming you like the Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche formula)! 😉 Anyway – back to the product in hand:
Color: The shade “Whip” is described by the brand as Blushed Beige. It looks quite milky pale beige brown in the tube. However, on application, it is a light, ever so slightly peachy, beige shade which is actually easier to pull off than a milky beige could ever be. Of course, I need a full face of makeup for the shade to look workable for me because, it is a n*de shade – not even a MLBB. Thankfully, the peach in it makes it a shade which I can actually carry off – but with a heavier eye look and good base makeup.
Texture: The texture of the liquefied lipstick is just as the brand has mentioned – “high-pigment color, indulgently creamy wear, and a satin finish.” It is lightweight on the lips, pigmented and creamy. Despite it being lightweight, you don’t really forget that you have it on because of the slight stickiness it has when the lips touch/purse. The texture remains the same even with wear – it never really dries down. This also means that this transfer constantly from the lips to any surface it touches – till the lipstick finally disappears. It is super comfortable on your lips – does not get drying even with wear time. It keeps your lips nicely moisturized. The lipstick would definitely benefit from the use of a lip liner – to give super-defined lines – but more so, to keep the product in check. The lipstick does not bleed or smudge on its own. It does stay put. However, a meal can cause it to smudge outside the lip line. This can be controlled to an extent by the use of a lip liner.
Pigmentation: The pigmentation is excellent – just like their Amuse Bouche regular lipsticks. The pigment is evenly spread and does not sink into the fine lines of the lips. Even a shade as light as this covers my lip pigmentation well.
Lasting Power: The texture of the product is a great indicator of its lasting power. This gives me about 3-3.5 hours of wear time. A lot will depend on whether you have used a lip liner and whether you eat something. The former will extend the wear time while the latter will reduce it.
Fragrance: There is a fragrance which dissipates fairly quickly and wasn’t obtrusive.
To sum this up for you:
Pros of Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Liquified Lipstick Whip:
- A peachy n*de shade.
- Excellent pigmentation.
- Light-weight creamy texture.
- Fairly hydrating while worn.
- Satin finish without being too thin or sinking into fine lines of the lips.
- Opaque coverage.
- No feathering or bleeding.
- Elegant and efficient packaging.
- Free from Parabens, Sulfates and Phthalates, Gluten, silicones, petrochemicals.
- Made with natural, organic, good-for-you, ingredients.
Cons of Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Liquified Lipstick Whip:
- Nothing at all.
IMBB Rating: 4/5
Do I recommend Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Liquified Lipstick Whip?
The Brand delivers what it promises – a highly pigmented, moisturizing and comfortable texture with a creamy satin finish. For someone who wants this texture and finish – this would be great choice. However, it isn’t something which works for me. So, on a personal front, not something I reach for that often.
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