Bite Beauty : Matte Creme Lip Crayons in Sucre, Peche, Framboise, Tatin, and Fraise

Apparently Jules over at The Brauhaus and I are on the same page as to what we’re reviewing today. Bite had a limited edition run with a set of Matte Cream Lip Crayons a few months ago, which I swatched and reviewed here. After they disappeared, and after the release of the beautiful Deconstructed Rose lipsticks, they’ve come out with another collection of matte crayons.


From what I can tell, these are permanent. There were two rounds to this release; I think Bite decided to release the more commercially friendly shades first, and then shades that are more brown based in the second release. In the second release, the only one I think is interesting is Aubergine, but that’ll come in a later post.


From L to R: Tatin, Sucre, Peche, Framboise, Fraise



Tatin is described as a rose pink. It’s a beautiful spring color that will also be great with a lot of the holiday looks that are about to pop up in the season.












Sucre is a warm pink. It’s in a race to be my favorite with Framboise. It’s super wearable and a pink I’m sure will look flattering on most skintones.




Fraise is a jewel red, meaning it’s warmer than the typical blue based reds out there.





Peche is described as a warm peach. I think it has a lot of pink in it which makes it totally wearable for me.

Framboise is, of course, my favorite. It’s exactly the kind of shade I’m drawn to. It’s described as a vibrant pink/purple. I was expecting it to be slightly more purple, but I think this is one of those shades that will be perfect for the fall for those who don’t gravitate towards dark shades.



As a whole, these are some of my favorite mattes. I love the crayons, and I’m super excited that they’ve been added to the permanent line. A note on the application – you need to blot it or else it’ll look patchy. It’s 100% due to having too much product on. With a product that you have to blot, you have to take into consideration the fact that you’re losing product each time you have to apply. I’m also not a fan of how they changed the packaging. I really liked the first round of pencils where the color of the product was on the bottom of the pencil, making it much easier to find. However, since I like these so much, I suppose I’ll just have to forgive them for it.

Price: $24 for 0.05 ounces ($480/oz).
For comparison purposes, NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencils are $25 for .086 ounces ($290.69/oz) and Marc Jacobs Kiss Pop Lip Color Sticks are $28 for 0.15 ounces ($186.67/oz).

While the Bite Matte Creme Lip Pencils are the most expensive, I find that they’re the most moisturizing and you don’t have to sharpen them. Depending on what your priorities are when buying makeup, I definitely think these are worth the extra cash.

You can find these at Sephora.

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6 Responses to Bite Beauty : Matte Creme Lip Crayons in Sucre, Peche, Framboise, Tatin, and Fraise

  1. avibrantday says:

    This is good to know. I’ve been playing with NARS’s mattes, and have been (a bit) disappointed with the moisturizing quality. I’ve convinced myself it’s a necessary evil when it comes to mattes. Your swatches are gorgeous, btw!

    • Jamie says:

      Thank you! Are you trying out their Velvet Matte Lip Pencils or their Pure Matte Lipsticks? I really like the pencils (I don’t find them drying so long as I make sure to put a balm on when I start my makeup and lipstick is the last thing), but I can definitely see the Pure Matte Lipsticks being a pain

  2. Ohh I love the sound of these! I haven’t tried anything by bite yet but when I finally get to sephora I will pick these up 🙂 x

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