Saturday, June 2, 2012

Lush Lip Tints from Bite Beauty

Lush Lip Tints offer the perfect balance of BITE’s rich pigmentation with vibrant, long-lasting color and a glossy finish. Ideal for summer wear, the lightweight formula acts like a stain and offers buildable color that goes from day to night.

Packed with a double dose of Resveratrol - 10 mg are housed in the shape of each innovatively crafted “B” – these age-defying lip tints deliver the antioxidant equivalent of 10 glasses of red wine to regenerate skin and fight free radicals. The silhouette bearing the brand’s signature symbol also contains a soft pearl highlighter to make lips look plump and healthy. $24 USD,

I tried out Raspberry and Watermelon. I can't decide if these are more like lipstick or gloss. They have the color and long last of a lipstick, but the taste and finish of a gloss. I'm sorry about my Watermelon tube, the top knocked off a bit of the product. Lipstick can be a little drying, I know I usually grab for a gloss vs a stick because the gloss will keep my lips moisturized and shiny vs the stick which will sometimes dry me out.

I like the "B" logo in the center, little different eh? And one of my favorite features is the delicious taste and smell. Of course Watermelon has a hint of watermelon smell and taste, and the same goes for Raspberry.  Perfect lip tins for Summer, and I can't wait to try out the other shades and flavors.  Personally, I like Watermelon, it gives you a nice pinkish hue and these things can really moisturize your lips.  I love the sleek black tubes too,  very  nice.  Possibly my favorite lip tints as of yet!

(Raspberry, Watermelon)

Available now at Sephora for $24 bucks each. Love them!

Disclosure: A press sample was sent to me for consideration from PR for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own. No monetary compensation was received.


  1. Hi... Really good shades..... Thanks a lot will definitely try that! :)

  2. I read your post. Really, so impressive and very helpful.


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