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Sneak Peek: Bite Beauty Prismatic Multisticks Photos & Swatches

01/03

Bite Beauty Prismatic Multistick  
Bite Beauty Prismatic Multistick  
Bite Beauty Prismatic Multistick  
Bite Beauty Prismatic Multistick  
Bite Beauty Prismatic Multistick  
Bite Beauty Prismatic Multistick  
Bite Beauty Prismatic Multistick  
Bite Beauty Prismatic Multistick  
Bite Beauty Prismatic Multistick  

Bite Beauty Prismatic Multistick ($24.00 for 0.17 oz.) is a new finish in the Multistick formula–sparkly/glittery–and comes in five shades. The Multisticks can be worn on “eyes, cheeks, and lips.” Here are swatches!

Bite Beauty Prismatic Multisticks

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Somehow, I am not really a fan of these multisticks as I think the shades you would use on your lips, cheeks and eyes would be of a different consistency and a different version of the shade.
I think the peachy shade could be most popular.

I was told in Sephora the other day that the ingredient that makes up the largest component is powder and they are better on cheeks and eyes as a result.

Ugh, got Oyster Pearl yesterday.
Yes, it is best on the eyelids (I bought it for days when I don’t want to do full makeup, just add some warmth).
On my lips, I look bruised (it’s better layered over another product for sure).
Sadly, the sparkle fallout was horrible, even after showering it off, using Clinique Pep-start, then makeup remover, I had sparkles all over my lid and cheeks, and all around my mouth.
I’m not willing to deal with that mess.
I’ll be curious to know what you discover, Christine.

I have blush pearl, pink pearl and, peacock pearl and will probably get oyster and rose pearl. To me they ar creamy and buildable in color and have a beautiful shift. I also have the glosses. I have seen some really gorgeous looks using these multisticks. I think I like these better than the original multisticks and I love those!!

I went out on a limb and got Peacock even though I thought it would only be eyeshadow for me. It actually worked well as an eyeshadow. I used it in the crease/outer corner and it was really pretty and performed well. I actually would use it as lipstick and will have to put it to the test as such. I would not use this as a blush/highlighter. I think some of the other shades are more versatile in that sense.

yeeeaaa, these are just not the greatest! I’ve seen BiTE do so much better. As one of my fav brands these will be a definite pass.

I can’t wait to see what Oyster Pearl, Rose Pearl, and Peacock Pearl will look on the cheeks! Have my eye on them.

Wow they are beautiful! Oyster and especially peacock are really unusual. Can’t wait to see how they perform on different areas of the face.

Slightly interested but I bought all the new glosses this winter and they were patchy and not good except for the white with pink shift.

Oyster is the one that’s standing out to me as having a lovely effect on the skin while still being a very complex shade!

I swatched these at Sephora over the weekend and, while the colors are pretty, they felt too greasy to be used on lids, which would be the primary use for me. I liked Peacock the best but, again, the consistency felt greasy and would be prone to creasing on eyelid.

I bought Oyster Pearl, but I wish I had chosen Pink or Rose instead. They are more versatile for use on the face, I think. I’ve only tried mine on the eyes so far, it works pretty well but definitely creases and fades after about 3-4 hours. I’ll have to try it as a lip topper next.

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