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Holiday Sets: Bite Beauty

Since my introduction to Bite Beauty last year I was impressed. Their whole premise is about making lip products that are "good enough to eat" since "women absorb almost 5 lbs of toxic chemicals a year by using beauty products". Their Luminous Creme lipsticks are a big hit with bloggers. Moisturizing and pigmented; a match made in heaven only made better due to those great food grade ingredients. The only issue I had with them is their texture and dis Buhbadus heat. My 'Violet' broke one fine summer day in the Gully.

My first real love affair was with their High Pigment Pencils. The packaging is way more conducive to that softer formula. Then came the Matte Creme Lip Crayons. I got two full sized and one mini in the last Sephora VIB sale. This year I had to get the mini set. Check out Emily's video for the scoop.

Since I was ordering that I decided to get the Discovery Set as well. As I said in the last post, these value sets are a great way to try mini sizes of what a brand has to offer. This Discovery Set is amazing since it contains three full sized products.

Bite Beauty Holiday 2105 haul

I really wanted to try the Agave Lip Mask and the Lush Lip wipes.

The other Holiday offering is more of the Luminous Creme duos in amazing shades. I've got my eye on the 'Scarlet/Mullberry' one.

Bite Beauty is sold exclusively at Sephora and both sets are still available online for $25USD and $55USD respectively. Alternatively, you can check out The Marketplace to see what Bite Beauty items we have in stock ;)

Bite Beauty Mini Matte Creme Lip Crayon 'Coulis'
Mini Matte Creme Lip Crayon 'Coulis'

Bite Beauty Mini Matte Creme Lip Crayon 'Aubergine'
Mini Matte Creme Lip Crayon 'Aubergine'

Bite Beauty Lush Fruit Lip Gloss 'Honey'
Lush Fruit Lip Gloss 'Honey'

Bite Beauty High Pigment Pencil 'Pomegranate'
High Pigment Pencil 'Pomegranate'

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