Bite Beauty The Lip Pencils | 28 New Shades for Summer 2017

Bite Beauty The Lip Pencils | 28 New Shades for Summer 2017
Bite Beauty The Lip Pencils | 28 New Shades for Summer 2017

Introducing 28 all-new dramatic Lip Pencil shades for bold and vivid lip looks. BITE’s Lip Pencil features a weightless formula created with whipped shea butter for pigmented color you can’t even feel. The Lip Pencil is now available in a complete spectrum of fearless shades to complement our spring lineup. Use the sharpened tip to outline your lips before applying lip color, or use the edge of the pencil to effortlessly fill in your entire lip for creamy, all-over color. For edgy, dimensional lip looks, try this artistry tip: Apply The Lip Pencil in shades 056 (black) or 058 (white) to add depth or brightness to any other lip shade.

May 2nd online, May 12th in-stores

The Details

The Lip Pencil, $18.00 (New, Permanent)

  • 046 Red-brown
  • 048 Blackened burgundy
  • 050 Mauve
  • 052 Blackened green
  • 054 Blackened blue
  • 056 Black
  • 058 White
  • 060 Light peach
  • 062 Peach
  • 064 Pink
  • 066 Coral
  • 068 Muted coral
  • 070 Warm coral
  • 072 Rich coral
  • 074 Orange
  • 076 Muted orange
  • 078 Plum
  • 080 Red plum
  • 082 Deep plum
  • 084 Burgundy
  • 086 Warm pink
  • 088 Lavender
  • 092 Fuchsia
  • 094 Raspberry pink
  • 096 Red
  • 098 Magenta
  • 0100 Plum

Bite Beauty The Lip Pencils | 28 New Shades for Summer 2017
Bite Beauty The Lip Pencils | 28 New Shades for Summer 2017

Bite Beauty The Lip Pencils | 28 New Shades for Summer 2017
Bite Beauty The Lip Pencils | 28 New Shades for Summer 2017

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052 Blackened Green, you will be mine!
Very excited for these new shades, but also disappointed that Bite is not doing this as part of their permanent lineup.

These are so lovely; why, why, WHY must they be manually sharpened?! Come on Bite, join us in the new(ish) melinium!
I might break down and buy a couple if they’re unique enough, but I HATE pencils i have to sharpen; it seems like I waste so much product that way.
Does anyone else feel the same, or is it just me?

Six of one, half a dozen of the other. There is waste, but you also get more product than in twist up pencils, so it’s a wash for me.

Yes, as an artist if your working on a clean sharp edge to the lip it’s much harder to get with a twist up liner. Plus I believe* they store longer when in pencil form. Less chance of mold growth surrounded by wood.

Yes, a sharper point is possible with manually-sharpened pencils, that’s true.
Less chance of mold growth in wooden pencils? Interesting…
The color portions of most nonautomatic pencils I’ve used (many, many different kinds, from all price points) seem to be weaker than their self-sharpening counterparts.

Muted orange has me curious how that would look under UD Nocturnal Vice in Fireball. I freaking love that lipstick!!! Since I’m mentioning it, does anyone know of a dupe that has that same shift? Or a similar shift? I should have bought a backup!!!

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