Bite Amuse Bouche Review + Haul

Alright so I’ve done a lot of Bite Beauty reviews because this is probably my favorite company right now (sorry I’m not sorry). If you haven’t heard, they are discontinuing their Luminous Creme Lipstick line and replacing it with their new line of lipsticks, the Amuse Bouche. If you’re lost on what the heck an Amuse Bouche is, you can read about it here. It very smartly aligns with the ‘food’ theme.


These babies dropped in stores on Friday and I went straight after work to do some swatches! The Sephora I went to had a lot of colours out and I was able to swatch around ten. Before I went I had my eyes on Meringue, Pepper, and Chai. I mostly wanted to try Meringue which looked like a beautiful nude pink peach (yasssssss).


When I did my swatches I noticed that Chai and Pepper looked really similar to each other. Pepper had a more pink mauve look to it, which is super popular right now and I know because I have a billion pink mauve lipsticks. Chai had a more brown mauve look, so that was the one I went with based on the fact that it would be a nice change from the mauves I already own. Both were absolutely gorgeous though, and I might actually pick up Pepper at a later time.

The first thing I noticed was the smell. My eyes lit up and I literally smiled while smelling these (no joke). These are most lovely smelling lipsticks that have ever graced my lips. You have to smell them for yourself, but they sort of have a citrus/furity scent to them.

These lipsticks are so incredibly creamy and very lightweight. They glide on effortlessly. You won’t have to sacrifice colour with these either. They colour pay off for a few swipes is huge. Definitely worth the price of $26.


A few weeks ago I also bought the Bite Beauty Opal Creme Lipstick and the Bite Lush Lip Wipes. The idea behind the Opal Lipstick is that you can use it under other lipsticks to create an iridescent finish. A really neat idea! I’ve heard a lot of ladies say it’s also beautiful on its own. I’ve used this a few time under lipsticks and it makes them shine like a highlighter would. It almost reminds me of Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfecter in Pearl, but for your lips. Very very pretty. This is also up to quality with all their other products, as it is creamy, nourishing, and made from food-grade ingredients (which I think means you could literally take a ‘Bite’ of this stuff, heh).


The Lush Lip Wipes are a splurge at a pricey $12 for ten wipes. However they do work insanely good. They remove all my matte lipsticks that are always so hard to get off. They even come with a cute tiny Bite Beauty mirror inside which is a nice marketing touch. If you fan girl hard like me, you definitely need this for your collection!


Time to bring this review and haul to a close so it doesn’t get too lengthy, as I could go on forever about my love for these! Overall I am insanely impressed with their Amuse Bouche lipsticks. I think this is one of those products that every girls NEEDS in their lipstick drawer. Seriously, go buy this now. You won’t regret it. As for the other two that I hauled, I think they are more splurges. The Opal lipstick is really gorgous and I would suggest picking that one up just because it’s a fun product. As for the wipes, that gets more in to splurge territory. Though they do work really well, I just wish the price point was lower.

There you have it! Have you tried any of the Amuse Bouche line yet? Leave your thoughts below!


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