Sneak Peek: Bite Beauty Multisticks Photos & Swatches

Bite Beauty Multisticks
Bite Beauty Multisticks

Bite Beauty Multistick ($24.00 for 0.17 oz.) is a cream formula that is supposed to apply like a cream but wear like a powder that can be used on eyes, lips, and cheeks. It is available in 18 shades, and I have 16 that I can share with you. I had issues with my online order (of which I ordered all 18!), but fortunately, I was able to get 16 at a store within an hour of me locally. I ordered the missing two (Cashew and Praline) online, so hopefully I can add those swatches early next week. You can click on any of the shades below for more photos/swatches, or else they’ll be included in full reviews as I work through testing them.

Some initial thoughts: I haven’t yet discovered a way to use these on the eyes without creasing within 30 minutes of wear. They typically crease within a few minutes (it’s like they never dry down completely), and even if I patted and smoothed the color back out again, it would just crease again. They crease over primer, too (Urban Decay Primer Potion, Anti-Aging, MAC 24-Hour, Too Faced Shadow Insurance) and even when I’ve dusted translucent powder on top. They are more forgiving on lips than the majority of cream/stick products I’ve tried that are for cheeks/lips–that lack of drying down completely might actually be what makes them easier to apply and wear on the lips. They have, thus far, worked the best as a cream blush (or bronzer/contour, depending on the shade and your skin tone/needs).

Bite Beauty Multisticks

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I did go to a dermatologist once, and it did not help at all (I was really turned off by them – I was told my acne would never go away unless I stopped wearing makeup, full-stop – no makeup ever again.) Luckily, my primary care doctor completely resolved my acne issues in a matter of weeks (two prescriptions, clindamycin and Differin). Whenever I meet a makeup artist, I try to ask lots of questions and find out what they like, don’t like, what they’re excited about, what they’re using the most, and if I ever do a makeover, I tell the artist to do what they’d most love to see on my face (I find it gives me the most interesting take).
-- Christine

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