Yes, Bite has released their Amuse Bouche Lipstick in a new liquified formula #theliquifiedlipstick. Not only are they more nourishing, there are 12 brand new shades that haven’t previously been released by Bite Beauty. Each shade is named after sensorial cooking techniques. Yes, I said cooking techniques…sounds a little odd and definitely piqued my interest.
These liquified lipsticks are made with manoi butter and coconut oil so they melt at the temperature of your lips, making application easy and smooth. No dragging or skipping across the lips with these liquified lipsticks! Notice I’m using the word liquified? These are not Liquid lipsticks and they are not matte…..finally!!! The best way to describe them is a lip gloss with the pigment of a Lipstick and a slanted doe foot applicator of a liquid lipstick. Gloss is my basic go-to and this just amped up my game considerably!! I apologize that I have nothing similar to compare these too, they are truly in uncharted territory.
The formula is on the creamy side definitely heavier than a typical gloss. It gives a very nice satin finish (my personal favorite) but it does have a little more sheen than a true satin. The pigment is all there in one swipe. You can build it up with a second layer, if you like a more rich look. I prefer one swipe.
The beauty of having a liquid-type wand, is that you have the precision and versatility to create a bitten look or full pigment lip. I personally love the applicator.
The wear time is approximately 5 hours. It does stay moist for the first hour or so and then starts to dries down to a nice even satin finish with a mild sheen.
Now let’s talk about the new shades. They are described as complex and moody. I couldn’t agree more! When I mentioned they were named after cooking techniques, it actually isn’t odd at all, considering all of Bite Beauty’s products are natural right? So natural that they are said to be edible, so cooking techniques are fitting. If anyone has tried to eat them, please comment below. Lol
Here is the full shade list from Bite Beauty’s website:
I have 3 of the 12 shades to show you guys.
Flambe is describes as vivid poppy. It’s vibrant orangey red. I’m not a fan of reds but you guys!! I love it! This is a tomato red and I feel it would look great on all skin tones, though very different on each.
Demi-Glacé is described as chocolate mauve. This one is a mix of perfection, it’s a chocolate pink with a gray shift. If you dab it off a little, it tones down to an everyday shade and it’s my preference when wearing this shade.
Éclair is described as a soft rose. It’s a rosey pink that is also very vibrant and can be toned down by dabbing. It is soft but the vibrancy of the pink is insane. This one really looks great without dabbing and my personal favorite of the three shades. It works really well with my skin tone.
I was also grateful to receive Bite Beauty’s Line and Define Lip Primer. The texture is strange at first and almost feels powder based leaving abbot of white residue until it melts into the lips. As the process of settling happens there is a nice minty feeling on the lips. I did apply a little further to avoid feathering but these Liquified Lipsticks do not feather when applied alone. What the Primer did do was make the wear time significantly longer. I’ve tried this Primer with super dry mattes and it feels so much more comfortable.
Disclosure: I received all products in this review complimentary to review. All opinions are mine and, as always 100% honest. Referral links are included in this post.