Hi Friends! If you’re a fan of multipurpose makeup products, well, I have this wonderful makeup product to review for ya. It’s the Bite Beauty Multistick in Papaya shade. This is like The Nars Multiple but with even more shades to choose from.
This multipurpose stick is meant to be used as a single color for lips, eyeshadows and cheeks. Each and every color available of this Bite Beauty Multistick is meant to be universally flattering to the skin tone. So don’t worry, you won’t look like a clown. Also, the shades are blendable and buildable, and it also has a nice pigment to it.
I spent a long time in Sephora just trying to swatch and choose which ones I’m gonna take home with me. I was so torn between the Mascarpone shade and the Papaya, I guess because they kinda look sorta the same. Ultimately, I ended up with Papaya. I like its blend of fresh coral and rose shade a lot.
Ain’t that pretty? I love the powdery-creamy texture of this Multistick a lot, and it’s long lasting too. I was a bit worried of looking too coral-ish all over my face that I might start to look like a salmon, LOL, but I did not. The effect is actually pretty and cute.
I admit that I don’t really own a lot of multipurpose beauty products, for fear that I might look too one dimensional, and I also thought that they may not really work, but hey, with the Nars Multiple and this Bite Beauty Multistick, well, you can’t go wrong. These are really great and efficient beauty products for beauty lovers who are always on the go. Saves you time, money and effort. A great product to have specially when you’re traveling. Additionally, the packaging also feels velvety smooth to the touch and it has a magnetic cap. Great effort Bite Beauty.
So, it this a Yay or a Nay? It’s definitely a Yay. Either you have the Nars Multiple or this Bite Beauty Multistick, it’s good to keep a few colors for whenever time constraint might be an issue in applying your makeup.
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