One of my favorite lipstick pencils is from Bite Beauty, so I wanted to get some of their Amuse Bouche lipsticks to see if the formula was the same one that I love so much.
At Sephora, I picked up two different shades of the Amuse Bouche lipstick in Honeycomb, a brown nude, and Meringue, a peachy nude.
Each of the Lipsticks retail for $26 each and they’re a satin finish. Bite Beauty advertises these lipsticks to deliver extreme moisture, soft texture, and creamy wear.
I love the packaging of these lipsticks. They have a soft matte black outer tube that feels smooth and luxurious. I also like the shape of the lipstick tubes, they’re more unique than your standard lipstick. They also feel more heavy duty than your standard lipstick tube.
I loved the swatch of Meringue on my hand in the store. I loved it even more on my hand when I got home. When it came to actually applying it however, it didn’t look like a peachy nude at all. It didn’t even look like a pinky nude like it did on my hand swatch. On my lips, it swatched like a bright pink. I’m not sure why. I was kind of sad because it looked so beautiful until I actually applied it to my lips. If you like bright lipsticks, this will be too nude for you. I like a very pale nude, so for me personally it was too bright.
I like that each of the lipsticks have the Bite Beauty “B” logo engraved into them.
The formula is creamy, but what I like the best about Bite Beauty lipsticks, and what I liked the most about the lipstick pencil that I already own, is that I feel as though the product actually binds to the lips… like after wearing for a few minutes, it just meshes and looks so beautiful. Sometimes nude lipsticks can look patchy and dry on the lips, and at first, I was really wondering if this was going to settle into the fine lines on my lips, but it doesn’t at all.
The finish on the lipsticks is a satin-matte finish and I would agree that each of them are creamy. I wouldn’t necessarily say that they deliver extreme moisture, but they’re not drying.
I love these lipsticks and I think they’re great. I am a little bummed that Meringue didn’t come out the way I wanted it to on my lips and look the way that it swatched on my arm and my hand, but I think the formulas are awesome. Though they have a wide shade range, I do wish they had a few lighter nudes…you know I’d be ALLL over those.
What do you think of the amuse bouche lipsticks? Which are your favorite?
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