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Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Lipsticks

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Bite Beauty muse Bouche Lipsticks

Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Lipsticks ($26 at Sephora) are some of the latest to come from a brand known for their high-quality lip products. They promise extreme moisture, creamy wear, and a soft texture, but not at the expense of pigmentation and lasting power. At $26 a pop, they should definitely deliver! I was lucky enough to receive three shades from Influenster:

Pepper: Dusty Rose

Beetroot: Bold Berry

Gazpacho: True Blue-Red

All three shades glided on smoothly and evenly with one swipe – in fact, all swatches shown below illustrate color payoff with just one swipe! Given the texture, the wear is just as comfy as you might imagine. All shades have a balmy sheen that’s slowly worn away with sipping and snacking, but the pigment itself stands the test of time. Because the pigment acts as more of a stain on the lips, I didn’t need to reapply until after eating a full meal. Unlike so many formulas that promise long-lasting wear only to leave lips feeling dry and tight after they’ve worn off, these kept my lips feeling soft and nourished throughout wear and beyond. The formula is the perfect match between color and hydration – easily worth the $26 price tag!

Have you tried Bite Beauty’s Amuse Bouche Lipsticks yet?

Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Lipsticks

 

Bit Beauty Amuse Bouche Lipsticks

Beetroot, Gazpacho, Pepper

 

March 27, 2016

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