Battle of BITE Beauty: Amuse Bouche Lipstick vs. Matte Lip Cream Crayon

In the Battle of the BITE Beauty, I will be comparing the Amuse Bouche Lipsticks to the  Matte Lip Cream Crayon. Both of these products are outstanding and I wear them on a daily basis.

The BITE Amuse Bouche Lipsticks launched at the end of 2015, replacing the now discounted Butter Cream Lipsticks. You can find the Amuse Bouche Lipsticks on the Sephora Website for CAD $30.

These lipsticks are hydrating and sit comfortably on the lips. They have a satin feel to them.

However what justifies a long lasting lipstick?

As comfortable and highly pigmented as these are, I found they did fade and settled into cracks of the lips after about 4-5 hours of untouched wear. If you are not a fan of staining, you may not like these as I found they do leave some residue.

Irregardless, these are still one of my favourite products and I recommend everyone to have a least one of them. They are excellent for work wear.

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The Matte Lip Cream Crayon retails on the Sephora website for $28. This crayons are slender in comparison to the Amuse Bouche Lipstick bullets. Thus making it easier to maneuver around the lips to line.

I love the smell of these. They remind of PEZ candy  and taste like oranges (no I don’t intentionally eat my lip products). In terms of wear these can last on the lips up to 6 hours, after which you may notice fading.

The only wee complaint I have about these is the product tends to feather after removal to eat.

Who is the winner in the Battle of BITE Beauty? The Matte Creme Lip Crayon.

I love these products equally I recommend that every woman to have a least one of each. However the Matte Lip Cream Crayon is just a hair width more outstanding. The wear is longer and a dryer formula in comparison to the Amuse Bouche Lipstick. It is also a hair width cheaper by $2 CAD.

 

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