Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Lipsticks in Cremini and Porcini



The Amuse Bouche Lipsticks from Bite Beauty are hands down my all time favorite lipstick formula on the market. There are so many colors, from nudes to greens and blues, so everyone can find their shade. The finish is a cream finish so it isn’t fully matte but not shimmery or too shiny. The only thing that has kept me from owning all the shades is how pricy they are at $26, but then I saw that they had a few shades on sale for only $18 on Sephora!

I grabbed two shades that I had previously had my eye on, both are warm brown lipsticks which aren’t for everyone, but I find them to be so mature and sultry. These two colors are perfect for fall and winter, so I cannot wait for the cold weather to wear them! Let’s get into some reviews and swatches.


So the first shade I got is called Cremini and it is described as a “milk chocolate.” This is the more cooler toned of the two, so I can really see myself getting a lot of day to day use out of it. This looks beautiful paired with a very warm matte eye look, perfect for work!


The second shade I got is Porcini, described as a “rich caramel.” This is a very warm brown on me, so it can be a bit intimidating, but I am determined to find the perfect eye look to wear with this! I think it would look really flattering paired with a mustardy yellow eye look, like Bobbi Brown Camel or Melt Cosmetics Rubbish.


Cremini, Porcini


Bite Beauty


Amuse Bouche Lipstick

How Much

$18.00 for 0.15 oz

If you are in the market for a unique brown lip, grab one of these from the sale section at Sephora before they sell out!

Glowingly yours,



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