Bite Beauty Line & Define Lip Primer Review

Bite Beauty Line Define Lip Primer Review

Have you ever had those terrifying moments where your lipgloss or lipstick literally creeps from your lips to your chin and over to your cheek and up the side of your face?

Ok, obviously that was dramatized for effect but seriously, I’ve had gloss that literally decided it wanted to be worn on my cheek instead of my mouth.

Bite Beauty Line & Define Lip Primer to the recuse!

This paraben-free, 100% Natural moisturizing lip primer preps, primes, and makes sure your lipstick doesn’t decide to take any field trips around your face.

This chunky lip pencil can be used to line and prep lips for color. Problem with feathering lipstick? Issues with your gloss moving past your lip line? Simply line your lips with this and watch color stay in place without creeping around your face! This has a waxy yet moisturizing feel of a balm and glides onto lips easily. It has a minty fresh taste that naturally plumps lips as well.

Apply it prior to lipstick (especially matte ones) or gloss to aid in application. This eases the way for drier lip products and allows them an easy glide on lips with a smoother finish. The primer sets for longer wear as well by creating a moisturizing barrier between lips and lipstick. Jojoba and argan oil condition, prep lips while lauroyl lysine and silica lock this moisture in allowing color to wear longer.

Bite Beauty Line Define Lip Primer

Bite Beauty Line & Define Lip Primer is one of those great essential little products that you need in your makeup bag. Since I’m run out of Urban Decay Lip Primer I’m ever so delighted this is hanging out in my beauty arsenal in the moment, I like it, a lot. My new favorite treat for keeping my lip products wearing their longest.

Well worth picking up if you have issues with your lipsticks or glosses sticking having a shorter wear time or if they tend to move about!

Muse Approved for purchase.

Available now at Sephora and Sephora.com

musings approved

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  • 6/14/12 13:25 Shellie:

    Any chance you could post a pic of the ingredient listing on the package? I’ve been wanting to try this but I’m allergic to vitamin E (tocopheryl acetate) and Sephora isn’t listing the ingredients online.

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    • 6/14/12 13:42 the Muse:

      sadly I don’t have a box shellie. Sorry.

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  • 6/14/12 15:20 Kitten:

    Muse! Does it help with transfer onto other things, people, ect? :-D Sounds lovely, especially for applying lip products that are unforgiving to rough lips!

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    • 6/14/12 15:22 the Muse:

      no kitten sorry hun if you’re kissing someone your gloss/lipstick is still going to transfer :-/

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      • 6/14/12 15:41 Kitten:

        Darn! Well, still sounds awesome :-D

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        • 6/14/12 15:43 the Muse:
  • 6/14/12 23:34 Scout:

    Hi Muse! I actually picked this up since you mentioned this product earlier in one of your posts. I have rather dry lips and this not only keeps my lip gloss longer, but it’s a nice moisturizing base. Love love love this product and I have you to thank!

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    • 6/15/12 9:24 the Muse:

      aw that’s awesome scout! I’m so glad you’re enjoying it. I really like it too!

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  • 6/15/12 6:19 Reena:

    This is a must have. Definitely wart to try this out.

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  • 6/16/12 0:18 Tiffany Martin:

    You say it has a waxiness, does it keep lipstick from settling into the cracks of the lip as well (do you know what I mean?)

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    • 6/18/12 10:38 the Muse:

      hi tiffany yes, that’s what it’s used for..sorry maybe I wasn’t clear in the review, mentioned it prevented feathering/migrating :)

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  • 6/21/12 11:21 eldi:

    Hi, Muse! Sounds like a great product. Is this worn before or after lip balm?

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    • 6/21/12 11:34 the Muse:

      eldi probably not worth buying if you just want to use it under lip balm? seems pointless…?

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      • 6/22/12 0:50 eldi:

        I mean, I always put lipbalm on before I wear lipstick/lipgloss to prevent my lips from drying. So I wonder whether the balm or the primer is put first before I put on the lipstick? Or is it moisturising enough without the balm?

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        • 6/28/12 10:17 the Muse:

          I don’t think you should use the balm at all with it as it acts as sort of a balm.

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  • 7/10/13 16:41 Donna:

    Will pick this up when I’m at Sephora tomorrow! Need it!

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