Bite Beauty Multistick in Cashew


In a recent Sephora order I picked out a sample of the Bite Beauty Multistick that came with three different shades. Right away I had an interest in the shade Cashew, described as “rose taupe.” This is my first experience with the Bite Multisticks ($24), and they are an all-in-one product for eyes, lips, and cheeks.

The color is stunning and exactly as described. I was very surprised at how pigmented this product is; I expected it to be more sheer and need building, but it is quite the opposite. Not much is needed to get the affect you desire.

Since this is an all-in-one product, I decided to test it out on a lazy Sunday afternoon to see what kind of look I could achieve with only the Multistick, a little bit of mascara, and a brow pencil. No foundation, powder, or anything else. My question was, “Can I bring only this on a vacation?”

I’m not usually one to wear ONLY a cream product on my eyes. I didn’t even use a primer, because I wanted to see how long this lasted. Surprisingly, it lasted around 6 hours without a primer, which is impressive for me since my lids can get oily. It was also long lasting on the lips (not uncomfortably) and especially my cheeks.

I prefer the Multistick as a blush, but you truly can multitask with it. I actually had two samples of this so I scooped both of them into a little jar to use up the rest of it; that is how much I liked it!

Now to answer my question about going on vacation. I would be completely comfortable bringing something like this in place of separate eyeshadow, lipstick, and blush products. I didn’t have a problem wearing it without foundation or a primer on my skin, but if you apply it this way, I recommend doing it while your moisturizer is fresh on your skin, otherwise it can be a little tough to blend.

I see myself purchasing one of these in the future, although I would like to try other shades, maybe something lighter and peach toned. Do you have any color recommendations from this line?

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