Amuse Bouche Liquified Lipstick – The Unearthed Collection – Review & Swatches

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One of my very favorite brands just rolled out a new limited edition line of lipsticks. I love Bite Beauty’s seasonal collection- Unearthed- a collection of fresh shades inspired by the natural, gritty beauty of young root vegetables. Bite always comes out with the most beautiful shades of lipstick. Honestly, even though a few shades are ones I would not wear, I’m always loving the selection. I love the uniqueness of the shade range and as always, the fact that Bite can pull off such interesting colors yet the ingredients can remain pure. Keep reading for a review and swatches of Bite Beauty’s Amuse Bouche Unearthed collection! 

Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Liquified Lipstick Review & Swatches of the Unearthed Collection

Wearing Lotus Root in this pic! 

Why I love these

If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you know I’m obsessed with the Amuse Bouche Liquified Lipstick formula. This is one of at least a few collections I’ve reviewed. The doe foot applicator allows for me to easily line and define along the contour of my lips. The lipsticks are created by hand in small batches, and made with natural monoi butter and coconut oil. With so many buttery smooth ingredients, the shades wear beautifully and I always find that my lips look nourished and healthy instead of dry and parched. The shade range is modern and wearable by a variety of skin tones. And as always there are a few shades that are a bit more bold and unexpected, but even the deep blue shade in this range is stunning! It’s not something I would normally wear but it’s so bold and delicious I am searching for an excuse to wear it! 

Bite Beauty Unearthed Collection

My favorite shades

I always seem to be drawn to the nudes and berries of any shade range. My absolute favorite color of the range is Chicory, a muted rosy brown. So typical of me right?! I own every shade and they’re all swatched below except for Lotus Root, because I forgot I had it! That’s the one in the lip picture though up top. On my fair skin, I think Chicory, Jicama, Arrowroot and Lotus Root flatter me most. 

I have just about the full range swatched below if you want to choose a favorite for yourself!

Cassava (muted cool berry-red), Chicory (muted rosy-brown), Jicama (muted rose-terracotta), Yucca (medium yellow-brown), Arrowroot (earthy pumpkin), Clove (deep warm clove-brown), Daikon (dusty light pink), Sugar Beet (dusty light pink), Kohlrabi (blackened purple)

Ingredients

Bite Beauty is created with natural ingredients. The lip products do not contain parabens, sulfates, petrochemicals, or phthalates. Each lipstick is handcrafted in its Canadian facility, and made with natural, organic, good-for-you ingredients. 

The main ingredients in the Amuse Bouche Lipsticks are: 

-Monoi Butter: Provides hydration and a sumptuous texture.
-Coconut oil: Provides hydration and smooth application.
-Resveratrol From Vitis Vinifera and Polygonum Cuspidatum: Protects against environmental aggressors.

Click any link in this post to go to Sephora’s website where the full ingredients are listed. If only every beauty product line could boast such fantastic ingredients! For this reason, Bite Beauty lipsticks are some of my absolute favorite lipsticks to wear. You can’t beat an all natural, highly pigmented, food grade lipstick! 

Bite Beauty Unearthed Collection Review & Swatches

Final thoughts

If you love Bite Beauty or if you’re dying to try the line, pick out a shade from the Unearthed collection! I personally haven’t heard of most of these root vegetables, and I’m inspired to head to the farmer’s market to learn what a daikon is. I do love eating jicama with dip as a healthy snack, and I know arrowroot is an ingredient in my natural deodorant, but that’s where my familiarity with these terms ends! Do you eat your root vegetables? What’s your favorite, and does it come in a lipstick shade? 

 Which shade will you be picking up? Tell me in the comments below!

Bite Beauty Unearthed Collection- inspired by root vegetables

 

 

 

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