May 3, 2021

Bite Beauty Daycation Whipped Cream Blush Please Tell Me This Shade Range is Wrong

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Bite Beauty Daycation Whipped Cream Blush ($32) is a new whipped, lightweight cream blush launching for Summer 2021 in four shade selections. This “clean” formula is infused with papaya extract gives cheeks a natural flush of color with a luminous glow.

The formula apparently helps to promote glowing skin and can be worn not only as a blush but also as an eyeshadow.

The idea of a whipped formula sounds great as typically whipped anything provides a smooth, pore-free finish however, I do question the packaging on these blushes. It looks like a hard plastic shell! Hopefully it’s a squeezable tube and most important let’s hope the blush doesn’t harden with time and prove impossible to get out.

I’m a negative Nancy today don’t mind me but these colors….!

I mean, let’s hope that the shades are prettier in person compared to the promo images. I’m just not feeling the shades at all. I couldn’t say I’m drawn to a single one. The bronze ones are sort of ugly, the lilac would probably wash out my complexion….maybe the berry? But I’m not a fan of purple blushes.

Bite, can’t we go back to lipsticks please? Pretty please? With a cherry on top?

Summer is all about fun, bright shades of color. If you’re going to name a shade Watermelon Marg at least make it watermelon in color!


  • Watermelon Marg (light pink pearl)
  • Coconut Rum (luminous warm bronze)
  • Melon Mojito (glowing peach)
  • Hibiscus Slush (radiant berry)

Bite Beauty Daycation Whipped Cream Blush Please are available now at Sephora

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  • kjh

    If the case is just a stand, with a tube inside, maybe. But if the product is in a container shaped like that, you’ll never get all the product out and have major waste. Totally agree on, uh, lipstick, eh? The foray into base products started long before the pandemic and had years of R&D. I read more comments akin to wtf are they doing? than to ooh, I really love their foundation, despite my bare lips.

  • Mariele

    A Western brand making purple blushes?!?! FINALLY!!!

    Unfortunately, these are all shimmery, and I don’t do shimmery. Ugh, so close. Nice to see diversity, though, since peach and peachy pinks aren’t flattering on all of us, and sometimes that feels like 99% of the market.

  • Shannon

    I am really attracted to these colors. I like cool colors and they can be hard to find in blush.

    • Isabella Muse

      You’re very right! Cooler shades in blush are very difficult to find!

  • Jennifer F

    I thought the SAME thing when I saw the shade offerings!! I LOVE all liquid/cream blushes and I was like “nope!”. Ever since Bite changed all over to be vegan, they’ve gone downhill. Efficacy has gone down hill (read their reviews…I’m not the only one that’s mad about the new formulations), product launches are not exciting and not to brand in my opinion.

    • Isabella Muse

      the colors won’t work for me at all 🙁 Those bronze shades look horrible. I just want lipstick lol! they excelled at it why change it!