Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Liquified Lipsticks


Today I will be reviewing Bite Beauty’s Amuse Bouche Liquified Lipstick. The swatches below are the shades: Whip, Chutney, Purée, Braised, Infused, Marsala, and Demi-Glace.

Scroll down for swatches and keep reading for the review!


  • Longwearing
  • Pigmented
  • Cruelty-free & possibly Vegan (still need to verify) Paraban, Phthalate, and Sulfate Free


  • Price ($24)
  • Thick tacky texture (personally don’t like)

So this is a hot item at the moment. This line has just been released at Bite Beauty and a lot of people are excited about it because it’s Bite’s first liquid lipstick. I don’t have the money to buy all these shades so I just hopped over to my local Sephora to test them out and swatch them for you. Thank you Lord for testers ????

Here are Sephora’s claims:

An innovative, liquified lipstick that takes liquid lip looks to the next level, with indulgently creamy wear, precise application, and high-pigment color with a satiny finish. 

The liquid lip gets redefined with this handcrafted, moisture-rich, high-pigment formula. Bite Beauty’s most nourishing lipstick, Amuse Bouche, gets liquified, while offering rich, high-impact color and a creamy, comfortable application that glides on with unprecedented precision. Created by hand in small batches, Amuse Bouche Liquified Lipstick is made with natural monoi butter and coconut oil, which melts at the temperature of your lips to glide on for ultimate wear and a satiny finish. With 12 modern, wearable shades you’ve never seen from Bite Beauty, this collection gives everyday lip color an unexpected twist. 

So I wouldn’t say that it has a satiny finish. To me it’s a thick and highly pigmented gloss. The unique thing that people might love about this is that it has incredible staying power. It actually reminds me of the texture of sticky vitamin e oil right out of the capsule. It’s thick and tacky and impossible to wash off with just soap and water. As you will see in the pic below they stain and we’re so hard to wash off. Even after some decent scrubbing it stained my arm pretty good.

Anyhow, here are the swatches: 

Here are the swatches after being scrubbed off with soap and water:

Overall, this product offers a long-wearing unique kind of formula that I think would be worth the price for people who enjoy that. I don’t know yet if I like the texture or not, I’m undecided on it. And for me being the cheapo that I am, it’s not a must have considering the $24 price tag. Maybe one day when I’m rich, or so I dare to dream… but alas money is an object for me. So unless I can hunt a mini down for a steep discount on my apps Mercari and Poshmark (which is my one talent), I won’t be buying one any time soon.

So there you have it! I hope it helped you decide if you want to try it.

Have a beautiful day!

???? Amber

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