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Bite Beauty Frozen Berries Matte Creme Lipstick in Elderberry


I've been siting on the limited edition Bite Beauty Frozen Berries Matte Creme Lipstick in the shade Elderberry since late summer when I picked it up at Sephora. I have been loving it since the start of the Autumn/Winter season; the colour didn't feel appropriate for use until then. Elderberry was one of the only shades left in the collection, but that was fine as I was totally on a dark berry/ purple lip colour kick.


I had heard of Bite Beauty a few times prior to my trip, but it wasn't something I was super familiar with. Their lipsticks contain food-grade ingredients which makes them, theoretically, perfectly fine to eat. Though to be fair, if you spend $24 on a lipstick you are hardly going to eat it.


The colour is a super deep, almost blackened burgundy red; it almost appears black in the tube at times. The pigmentation is a medium sheer which, if you want the true colour payoff, the you have to layer a bit. If worn sheered out, then the colour is much more just deep burgundy red coloured. For a matte creme lipstick, it has a very glossy sheen to it. When it fades away it leaves behind a stain, which just hints at the colour it used to be.

How scary does it look?! Honestly I was a bit scared at first that it would end up being too dark for me. With Elderberry being such a rich and deep colour, expert precision must be taken when applying. Any faults or imperfections are very obvious with such a lipstick. I use a dark lipliner to outline and fill in the lips before hand.


I totally in love with this lipstick, but I'm sad that I can only really realistically wear it during the colder months. I'm maybe have to find a way to make it work during summer. 

How do you feel about the brand Bite Beauty? Admittedly I still don't know much about them...

Louise x x

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