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Bite Beauty Debuts Lip Tint

June 29, 2012



A lipstick line boasting antioxidant infusions.
• Bite Beauty, sold at Sephora, aims to deliver cosmetics that make women look good and feel good. The Canadian beauty brand’s latest innovation is its Lush Lip Tint ($24), a lipstick formulation that imparts luscious color with an ultra-glossy finish, according to the company. It contains pure argan oil, vitamin E and fruit butters to hydrate, nourish and revitalize lips. A center “B” provides resveratrol, a double dose of antioxidants found in red wine.

Ranging from nude to plum, Bite Beauty’s highly pigmented, long-lasting shades were designed by industry-leading makeup artists for today’s modern woman. In addition to featuring beauty’s most sought-after antioxidant, the pro-performance formulas’ all-natural ingredient list includes organic shea butter, superfoods, and food-grade colors, making them truly good enough to eat, according to the company.

More info: www.sephora.com/bite-beauty
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