Inspiration is pivotal when it comes to the world of beauty and/or fashion. Pieces curated after serious inspo always result in finesse and genius innovation. You’ll always hear of collections being inspired by people/moments. But Bite Beauty’s latest vision brings into account the inspiration taken from their favourite cities.


This limited-edition collection of Amuse Bouche Lipstick serves up eight city-chic shades of covetable, creamy lip color. Wherever you’re heading, make your destination a stylish one.

Amuse Bouche Lipstick is the Perfect Bite. It takes inspiration from amuse-bouche – small, perfectly crafted bites that showcase a chef’s artistry when it comes to flavor, texture and presentation. This lipstick lays down bold, creamy color and an unforgettable sensorial experience in every swipe.

With unexpected undertones and richly saturated triple-milled pigments, its multidimensional shades offer a modern take on color. The small batch, low-heat process protects a balanced blend of 12 nourishing oils. Thee result? Lip color that is addictively creamy yet weightless. And, it features a mouthwatering fresh-pressed citrus flavor layered with notes of cherry, mint, mango and vanilla.

  • San Francisco
  • Dallas (larger than life berry)
  • New York City (big apple red)
  • Los Angeles (beach bum beige)
  • Miami
  • Chicago (deep dish plum)
  • Atlanta (sweet peachy pink)
  • Toronto

The Road Trip With Bite collection, as mentioned before, is limited edition. So, if you’re liking these shades, you might want to hurry up. Each amuse bouche lipstick retails for $26, and is available on the brand’s website.

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