So truthfully, I didn't really start wearing lipstick until this year. I always hated the sticky consistency and frankly, the upkeep of reapplication after every hour, or more. Then I received the Multistick from Bite Beauty to test out and now I don't leave the house without it.
The Multistick is the ideal product for the low (or high) -maintenance gal on the go, who still likes a little cheek contour and lipstick now and then.
What it is:
A multistick that applies like a cream and wears like a powder for weightless color application. Just apply with your finger or a brush on the eyes, lips, and cheeks.
What it does:
With 35% powder in each Multistick bullet, this silicone-free formula creates a soft focus finish that's blendable, breathable, and buildable. It features universal shades for the eyes, lips, and cheeks that compliment all skin tones and are formulated to use anywhere on the face.
What it is formulated WITHOUT:
What else you need to know:
Bite Beauty products are free of petrochemicals and silicones.
The Multistick formula comes in 18 shades which can each be used as a lipstick, a blush or contour, or a soft eyeshadow. They apply like a cream but look like a light powder, keeping you looking light and effortless.
Everyday, I use the Cocoa shade under my cheekbones and along my forehead for a light contour. While it looks super thick and dark, the stick blends right lightly and evenly when blended with a brush. I use the medium-sized angled brush from my Sonia Kashuk brush kit to blend in the contour.
On my eyelids, I use the Blondie shade for added color. This is where I love the creamy yet powdery consistency of the Multistick the most. It's light enough to blend in with my Laura Mercier highlighter on my brow bone, yet creamy enough to stay put. Lastly, or my lips and cheeks, I use the Macaroon shade, which I highly recommend for any skin tone.
Still interested? Check out this fun video about how the Multistick works! You can buy the Multistick here, at Sephora.
Photography via: Beautezine and Libby Rasmussen