Bite Beauty has some of the best lipstick formulas I've tried. 
I've dabbled in most of their ranges and have a few favourites! 

Find out more below!

Their original line of lipsticks, High Pigment Pencil, are my favourite. I was first introduced to these lipsticks from one of their holiday sets with four mini High Pigment Pencils (shades: Rhubarb, Pomegranate, Winterberry, Sable). As the name suggests, these lipsticks are highly pigmented. They have a bit of a shine but nothing too glossy (more of  a satin finish). I do prefer a matte finish so when I wear these I apply two layers and blot in between. This makes them last for hours but after eating I do reapply. In addition to the set I have two in the full size in the shades Velvet and Syrah. Velvet is a bright pink and Syrah is a peachy nude. At first glance, I thought Syrah would be similar to Sable (my favourite nude shade) but Sable has a slight pinky undertone, while Syrah has a peach undertone. 

The following year I was gifted with another of their mini holiday set. This time the set came with four mini Matte Creme formula. The shade were: Aubergine, Cafe, Coulis, and Torte. My go-to from this range is the shade Torte, a wearable everyday rose. This matte range from Bite Beauty is a must if you're into matte lipsticks. They formula is so comfortable to wear, even with it being matte. Similar to the High Pigment Pencil range, I apply this twice and blot in between to increase the longevity of the lipstick. 

Now on to my most recent purchases, the Amuse Bouche lipstick in Mauvember 2016 and the Multistick in Macaroon. First up, lets talk about the Amuse Bouche lipstick. These have a  satin finish with high pigmentation. I absolutely love the scent of this lipstick range - a lovely citrus. I picked up the shade Mauvember and love the mauve shade. Even though it has a purple undertone, it's quite easy to wear. I need to remember to wear this more often! Lastly, the Multistick in Macaroon. When these first came out I was intrigued. As this was the first time Bite Beauty branched out from just lipstick product. I picked up the shade Macaroon as it seemed a safe shade. Macaroon is a lovely rose but I find it is a bit drying on the lips. I don't tend to gravitate towards this shade that often. I know you can use this as blush or eyeshadow but I haven't tested this product out that way. 

Overall, Bite Beaty continues to be one of my favourite brand for lipsticks. They have a large array of lipstick colours and formulas. The High Pigment Pencils and Matte Creme steal the show for me but I'm definitely interested in trying more shades from the Amuse Bouche range. 

What are your favourite lipsticks from Bite Beauty?