Review: Bite Beauty Change Maker Range

Hi beauties,

I’m back! Or at least trying to make an effort to get back to blogging. Apologies for the delay, mum life got the better of me and if I’m completely honest I haven’t really had the time or funds to try new makeup to review for you. Anyway I was kindly gifted the new Bite Beauty complexion range which I was curious to try. This is the first time Bite Beauty has delved into the complexion space so I was keen to see if it lives up to their high standards. The new range is cruelty free and vegan.

Changemaker Skin-Optimizing Primer- Normal to Oily – $52 AUD or $38 USD

“A clean, high-performance primer, with skin-optimizing technology, to neutralize your skin type and grip foundation for flawless, lasting wear.” 

Before, no makeup…
  • Also available in a Hydrating formula- which I haven’t tried so can’t comment on its effectiveness.
  • The primer feels similar to Benefit Porefessional but not as siliconey.
  • I tried the primer with the Bite Beauty Foundation and other foundations and found it just doesn’t have the staying power required for an oily gal.

Changemaker Supercharged Micellar Foundation –  $57 AUD or $39.50 USD

“A clean, high-performance foundation with gentle micellar technology to mimic skin texture for a natural, flawless finish. Buildable medium coverage in 32 longwearing shades.”

  • I was gifted shade T135 which is quite dark for my face however matches my body so I can make it work.
  • I applied the foundation with my fingers as recommended by the Bite Beauty website. I found it was a bit patchy but that could be because the shade is a tad dark for me. I found its best applied with a sponge for light coverage or a brush for fuller coverage.
  • The foundation has a demi matte finish.
  • At the 3 hour mark my makeup looked luminous in a good way.
  • Around 8-9 hours I was noticeably oily in person, but the makeup didn’t look too bad in photos. On a positive the foundation didn’t seem to break down in the T-zone, just looked oily.
Here’s the completed makeup look after it was freshly applied.

Changemaker Flexible Coverage Pressed Powder – $52 AUD or $37 USD

“A clean, talc-free powder, made with finely milled volcanic minerals, to blur, mattify and touch up on the go.”

  • For the powder I used the shade Tan 2 which was a good shade match.
  • The powder is finely milled so it’s not cakey at all.
  • I find its best to apply the powder using a big fluffy brush and circular motions to buff it in. I typically push powder into my skin but because this powder has colour it made it look splotchy.
Here’s the makeup at the 8-9 hour mark.

As you can see the primer is a miss, the foundation is a maybe- would need to trial more with other primers and the powder is a yes! Hope you found my review helpful and please let me know if you have any questions x

*This product has been provided for reviewing purposes, all views and opinions are 100% honest.

**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.


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