bite beauty multistick reviews and swatches


Hi There! I’ve been arranging and sorting my makeup lately in order to have some Fall-ready colors. I know we’re still in the Summer, but I like to get my cosmetics organized ahead of time and ready for the next season. One of my favorite multitasking makeup products is the Bite Beauty Multistick (0.17 oz: $24) which I tend to use during the Fall and also when I’m traveling. I like this product a lot since I could find some nice range of deep colors with muted tones like mauves, terracottas, and mahoganies. These colors suit my skin tone well especially during the Fall and even throughout the Winter season.


bite multistick review


From where I live, Fall can be short and the temperature fluctuates a lot. It also gets really gloomy, so a dark lip color or a very pigmented makeup will really suit with this kind of season. The Bite Multistick is a great multitasking product that you can use as a lipstick, a cheek stain, and as a color for the lids. It’s great for doing a monochromatic makeup look which has been a trend lately, especially this last Spring. For me, I also like doing the monochromatic look even during the Fall, and using a multitasking makeup product like this Multistick saves me a lot of time whenever I’m in a hurry to apply my makeup. And mind you, a monochromatic makeup doesn’t look bad at all. Just don’t overdo it.


bite multistick brioche and biscotti reviews and photos


Anyway, the Bite Multistick is kinda like Nars’ The Multiple (0.50 oz: $39) but it’s smaller of course and it’s so easy to add to your traveling essentials or to your purse. The packaging has a velvety feel and with a magnetic cap. The shades are very pigmented and staining. There is a slight fruity lemon scent and the formula feels powdery and creamy at the same time. I have collected five colors already and I’m still looking forward to expanding my collection soon.


bite beauty multistick almond, cashew, papaya swatches


Papaya – coral with rose

Cashew – rose taupe, appears medium nude to me

Biscotti – deep muted mauve

Brioche – rich terracotta, lighter version of Almond

Almond – rich mahogany, the darkest of all the five colors here


bite beauty multistick brioche and biscotti swatches


As you can see on the swatches, Cashew is the lightest and Almond is the darkest. Papaya is great for Spring and Summer, and I’m a big fan of Biscotti and Brioche. All colors don’t smudge easily and they don’t feather. The pigment is superb so you need to go easy on your application. The only drawback that I noticed with this Bite Multistick is that it can be drying at first swipes but it’ll warm up once it gets in contact with the skin after a few seconds. I suggest that you swipe or dab the colors first at the back of your hand so that it gets warm and creamy, then you can smudge it on your lips, cheeks, and lids. You don’t need to apply a lot. Just a hint of color will be enough.


bite multistick reviews and swatches


In conclusion, I highly recommend this versatile Bite Beauty product either for a quick touch-up or when you’re on the go. It’ll give a nice color and flush to the face. Also, you gotta try that monochromatic look from time to time.


The Bite Beauty Multistick is currently available at Sephora and JCPenney.


What’s your favorite multitasking beauty find?