|Bite Beauty Butter Cream Lipstick in Pecan|
|Pecan swatched in natural light|
Pecan is described as a 'warm dusty pink'. It has a hint of brown to it, but enough pink to keep it out of the 90s lip/Kylie Jenner category. I don't think the shade is the most unique or undupeable colour I've ever seen, but the formula is what makes this an absolute must have. I find the normal lipsticks in Bite Beauty's lineup to be sufficiently creamy, but these somehow step it up a notch. They feel like a super creamy gel formula that adds cushion to the lips without feeling heavy or thick.
I know that a lot of people have been put off by the unusual shape of the bullet, but I've not had any problems with application. I use the flat edge to get a clean line in my cupids bow and it works like a charm. Those with very thin lips may struggle and could opt to use a lip brush, but I think the overwhelming majority of people won't have a problem with these.
Pecan is the first Butter Cream Lipstick I bought, but it won't be the last. I've currently got both Rosewood and Heather sitting in my Sephora.com cart. I would love it if they expanded the range to include some non-neutral shades, but in the meantime there is enough variety to keep things interesting.
The Bite Beauty Butter Cream Lipsticks are available at Sephora for $28. Have you picked up any of these yet? Let me know below.
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