Hello everyone! I’m sorry I’ve been slacking on the blogging game! I have been sick this week and am pretty sure I keep getting headaches from the astigmatism I think I recently developed haha (what the heck). So I’ve spent a lot of my time this week trying to recover, taking a lot of naps, as well as preparing for the GRE that I’m taking next week (ah!).
Anywho, I’m really excited to be reviewing the NEW Amuse Bouche Lipsticks from Bite Beauty for you today! These lipsticks are super pigmented (Bite Beauty’s strength as a brand!) and are made from such natural ingredients that you can actually eat these lipsticks (although I doubt you’d want to lol). These lipsticks have a citrus flavor to them which is made from “fresh pressed fruit”. They retail for $26 each at Sephora and are being released this Spring in 34 shades! They are clearly super high quality and feel thick in the tube but go on smoothly (when you apply it slowly)! Check out the 3 shades that I swatched and got to try out!
1.Gazpacho– This is such a vibrant, beautiful red lipstick that is perfect for spring time! It definitely is in the color range to be classified as “candy apple” which is one of the hottest beauty trends for Spring 2016!
2. Beetroot– This lipstick was surprisingly more of a deep red color then a berry color (which I was originally expecting). This is super wearable, would look great on multiple skin tones, and would be perfect for night time!
3. Pepper– This lipstick reminds me of a “your lips but better” color! It looks very natural and is perfect for the daytime or paired with a smokey eye! I think I will get a lot of use out of this one!
This picture below is from the Bite Beauty instagram and I love that it promotes how natural the ingredients are! You can follow them here. One thing to definitely note about these lipsticks is that they are great for wearing during the day or evening but the color will run if you try to eat while wearing this lipstick! Definitely carry it with you so you can reapply it after you eat! I also recommend putting the lipstick on and then blotting it with a paper towel. This way the color stays on without getting on your teeth. (If you do the trick where you put your finger in your mouth, close your mouth, and then remove the finger, then you will have a lot of lipstick on your finger and this lipstick will stain it!)
Overall, I enjoy wearing these lipsticks and can’t wait to use them this Spring!
Thank you to Influenster & Bite Beauty for sponsoring this post. All opinions are 100% my own.