BITE Beauty at Sephora

BITE Beauty

Hey dears!

Here’s the full launch deets for the BITE Beauty Collection we were discussing yesterday.

The products are a natural anti-aging beauty for your lips which fuses alluring colors with the age defying benefits of powerful antioxidants derived from natural and good grade ingredients making your lip products better for YOU!

BITE Beauty is actually the first ever lipstick line to contain Red Wine Resveratrol, delivering a micro-dose of antioxidants with every application.

Resveratrol is the health-boosting component found in red wine, whose powerful antioxidant effects assist the body in the fight against free radicals. Those fun kids over at 100% Pure put it in their skincare but BITE puts it in their lip products. Each BITE Lipstick has the equivalent of five glasses of red wine it to restore and maintain youthful lips but no worries it won’t get you drunk! No one likes a drunk girl with perfect lipstick ha!

Essential oils and jojoba beads provide hydration while the antioxidant-rich Resveratrol helps reduce wrinkles and the appearance of fine lines.

BITE Beauty has a list compiled of what makes up a BITE Beauty woman one of item they listed that stuck out for me was, “She’s a woman who about natural and organic, but not at the expense of performance.”

This really hits it on the head for me. So many natural, organic ranges get it wrong. Let’s be honest here. Most natural lines of makeup forsake quality to deliver a good for you formula or at least they have in my experience….however, from the looks of what I’ve seen so far of BITE we might be in for a richly pigmented experience plus the natural, organic ingredients to go along with it!

Women apply lipstick an average of five times a day. Lips are licked, lipstick is absorbed. That’s why BITE believes lipstick should be good enough to eat.

Here’s BITE’s menu of products.

 

  • BITE Beauty Luminous Crème Lipstick $24

The exceptionally smooth lipstick that delivers lush, long-lasting color and moisture-rich coverage in a palette of 24 alluring shades ranging from modern nudes to provocative plums. Organic fruit butters create a creamy texture that conditions and nourishes lips with every use, while antioxidant-rich Resveratrol fights free radicals and helps reduce the appearance of lines.

 

  • BITE Beauty High Pigment Pencil $24

Matte, long-wearing lip colors with the precision application of a pencil. Micronized pigments provide ultra-concentrated color in six modern shades and antioxidant-rich Resveratrol helps reduce wrinkles and fight free radicals.

 

  • BITE Beauty Lip Shine $20

A glossy, translucent tint in eight illuminating colors ranging from blush nudes to vibrant, color-rich reds. Infused with timereleased jojoba beads and an anti-oxidant Polyphenol Complex, this luscious lip treatment delivers the perfect pairing of hydration and intense shine.

 

  • BITE Beauty Lip Rouge $22

A two-in-one lip color and blush, offers buildable layers of color with a rich, satin texture. Jojoba conditions and restores while Liposome Complex plumps for sensuous-looking lips and skin.

 

  • BITE Beauty SPF 15 Sheer Balms $20

An extremely wearable, semi-sheer lip color with buildable coverage – can be used as a base or simply on its own. Add luster and volume while protecting your pout with SPF15. A soothing formula of delicious organic mint and blood orange essential oils refresh and cool skin, while the Liposome Complex delivers intense moisture and a high dose of Resveratrol to tone and replenish around the lip area.

 

  • BITE Beauty Vitamin Gel $18

Lick-worthy lip gel that combines the benefits of micronized multivitamins with healthy organic fruit juices to give a sheer and gentle shine to lips. Mood-enhancing essential oils and a high dose of Vitamin C provide a natural pick-me-up to this delicious treatment.

 

  • BITE Beauty Superfruit Butter $18

A multi-use miracle elixir that contains concentrated whole super fruits to protect, nourish and moisturize skin and lips, keeping them sensually smooth and alluringly soft. Each fleck of color in these butters is a whole piece of fruit! Each fruit butter treatment – acai, blueberry, cranberry and pomegranate – provides a unique benefit, and has some of the highest oxygen radical absorbence capacity (ORAC) values of any food. Use it on lips, cuticles – anywhere skin could benefit from a super boost of antioxidants and intensive

BITE Beauty is available now at select Sephora stores or online at www.Sephora.com

What do you of BITE so far?

Think you’ll indulge?

  • 3/10/11 19:00 Vijaya:

    Do you know if the line is cruelty free?

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    • 3/11/11 11:35 the Muse:

      not sure will see if I can find out vijaya but I imagine it is :)

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      • 3/11/11 12:27 Elena Beveridge:

        Hi ladies! I work for Bite Beauty and it is cruelty free.
        Our products are not tested on animals.

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        • 3/11/11 12:33 the Muse:

          thank you Elena ;-D!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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        • 3/14/11 17:14 Vijaya:

          Thank you very much!

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        • 3/18/11 14:22 SaraJane:

          Hi Elena,

          I was wondering if you could tell me which Bite products are vegan? I’d love to try some of these, they look fantastic!

          Yay for no animal testing, by the way! :)

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          • 5/30/11 11:59 Elena Beveridge:

            Hi SaraJane,
            I would like to be able to say that
            our products are vegan, but one of
            our colors, Carmine, is derived
            from beetles. Also, we use organic
            beeswax. I hope this helps!
            Elena Beveridge
            Marketing Director, Bite Beauty

        • 11/28/12 19:48 Sarah:

          Good to hear! Could you please answer these questions for me since you work for Bite? No one is reponding to my emails.

          *Do you test any ingredients or finished products?

          *Is there any third party testing?

          *Who are you owned by?

          *Do you sell in China?

          *Do you consider yourself cruelty-free?

          *Are you vegan? If not, what animal derived ingredients do products contain and are animals harmed in the getting of these ingredients?

          Thank you! Hope to hear from you soon.
          Sarah

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          • 2/24/14 12:20 Mars:

            I am VERY concerned that this was the only question that the Marketing Director refused to respond to. Testing ingredients and selling in China both are not cruelty free. Just not testing the product does not make a company cruelty free. i will avoid BIte until they respond… which is a shame because i wanted to buy a lip stain…

          • 4/7/14 23:53 Nancy:

            Bite Beauty is on Leaping Bunny which means they’re certified cruelty free. So glad!

  • 3/11/11 14:57 jenna:

    i’m really excited about this stuff!! smell and taste will now be the deciding factors. i’m sure you’ll have the good word soon! :)

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    • 3/11/11 15:06 the Muse:

      but of course jenna :-D I’m eager to try!

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  • 5/19/11 10:21 Lynn:

    Need to check if they are free of the ingredient “gallate”. I’m guessing they have not chemicals but need to check as I have a sking allergy to that.

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    • 5/30/11 11:56 Elena Beveridge:

      Hi Lynn,
      We do not use gallate in our ingredient list but we cannot unfortunately
      guarantee that our ingredients have not come into contact with gallate at
      our suppliers’ facilities which are sourced from around the world.
      I apologize that I cannot do more for you.
      Elena Beveridge
      Marketing Director, Bite Beauty

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  • 4/3/13 12:21 PK:

    So the Bite Beauty line cannot be called cruelty free if Carmine is one of the ingredients. Insects (also living, feeling beings) are dried and then boiled to obtain carminic acid.

    Also, look out for the terms Crimson Lake and Cochineal.

    It is important to use the words cruelty-free and vegan carefully.When in doubt, Google. Living a vegan aka cruelty free is veru much about self-education and awareness.

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    • 4/18/14 21:22 S:

      @PK–I agree with you. I’m very confused that this company is on Leaping Bunny given they use carmine in their ingredients. How is that not cruelty?

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  • 6/19/14 14:58 Icequeen81:

    cruelty free yayyy

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