The Unique New Lipstick Technique You Have to Try
If you’re a fan of Bite Beauty, you've probably already noticed that their latest range of lipsticks appear a bit … odd. That’s because the brand is now incorporating an innovative technique we haven’t yet seen: hand-cutting. Basically, it allows users to skip straight to the good stuff.
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While the flat tip might take some getting used to, it seems like the moisturizing benefits and color payoff will be well worth the effort. As with all of Bite Beauty’s formulas, these organic lipsticks are packed with nourishing ingredients like lavender, shea, almond, and chamomile, and they're available in an array of pinks and nudes to flatter every skin tone.
To give it a try, pick up a Butter Cream Lipstick for $28 at sephora.com.