How Many Bite Beauty Multistick Colors Are There? There Is Something For Everyone

Who hasn't used a blush as a lipstick or a lipstick as a blush or an eyeshadow at least once while in a pinch? That's makeup creativity, artistry, and ingenuity. Bite Beauty's new Multisticks are the ultimate multi-feature multitaskers. The brand has expertly and carefully created a rich, creamy, buildable, and blendable manifestation of the concept of using one product for different features. Bite founder Susanne Langmuir decided to craft formula that performed the same on lips as it did on cheeks and eyes. The result is the Bite Beauty Multistick. The Multisticks are your one-stop shop for a monochromatic makeup look, which is so gorge during autumn months.

The Bite Beauty Multisticks cruise into Sephora on August 19. How many shades do the Multisticks come in?

Oh, it's a motherload. There are 18 shades of Multisticks. So there are 18 available on the 19th! All of the hues have been designed to compliment every skin tone. Every color is universally wearable and will look good on anyone who wears it.

The breathable Multisticks apply like a cream and wear like a powder. You can apply directly from the bullet. You can use your fingers to smudge. You can buff and blend with a synthetic brush if you so desire.

You can create a soft-focus finish by using your fingers to blend. The stick really is customizable and the intensity and concentration of color can be turned up or down. It's all about options and choices, courtesy of a single product. I love this warm bronze hue.

The Multistick is face-formatted. It can and should be used on any and all features. This berry shade is something else.

I readily admit that I have substituted a lipstick for blush when I've wanted a pop of color on my cheeks but didn't have a blush at hand. It's not always the most comfortable feeling on my skin. While it got the job done, it sometimes felt clingy and cakey. The Multistick eliminates such concerns. I adore this golden neutral.

You can apply directly to the skin from the bullet in order to build color.

Or you can smudge onto skin with fingers for a wash of color.

Buff 'n' blend.

Props to Langmuir for executing a brilliant idea. Yes, it's fun to play with cosmetics and see what kind of additional mileage you can get out of a lipstick by using it to highlight other features. But you have to send emoji high-fives out into the universe over Langmuir's idea and execution. The Multistick makes a fun makeup concept even more fun.

There are 17 more shades where that came from.

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