Multistick Preview


This listing is for an 8-piece set of Deluxe Samples for our upcoming Multistick release! The formula is a creamy, blendable, long-lasting balm, ideal for use on cheeks and lips. As this is an advance release, final formulations may be slightly tweaked based on customer feedback before the official launch.

Each stick contains 0.05 oz of product in a twist-up tube. To use, apply over lips as you would a balm, or apply directly onto cheeks (after moisturizer/foundation, but before any powder) and blend out with fingertips or a sponge.

These 8 colors are named for notable women of science:

  • Herschel – Caroline Herschel, astronomer and creator of the New General Catalogue. A cool, sheer lilac shade.
  • Agnesi – Maria Agnesi, the first woman to write a mathematics handbook and to be appointed as a university mathematics professor. A bright, midtone fuchsia.
  • Lovelace – Ada Lovelace, the world’s first computer programmer. A bold, bright strawberry-candy pink.
  • Chatelet – Emelie du Chatelet, a philosopher, mathematician, and physicist known for her contributions to Newtonian mechanics. A dusty, muted rose.
  • Wu – Chien-Shiung Wu, a nuclear physicist who disproved the law of Conservation of Parity. A cool cherry red with golden shimmer.
  • Easley – Annie Easley, a computer scientist at NASA and its predecessor NACA, who helped lay the foundations for space shuttle and satellite launches. A warm apricot-orange.
  • Curie – Marie Curie, a physicist and chemist, the first woman to win a Nobel prize and the first person to win it twice. A warm sable contour.
  • Johnson – Katherine Johnson, a mathematician and expert of orbital mechanics, whose work was crucial to the success of the first manned space flights. A deep wine mauve.

Ingredients: candelilla wax, fractionated coconut oil, mango butter, castor oil, squalane, triglyceride, cyclomethicone, isododecane, tocopherol, rose hip oil, magnesium stearate, silica. May Contain: mica, titanium dioxide, iron oxide, tin oxide, manganese violet, blue #1, red #7, red #21, red #27, red #30, red #33, red #40, bismuth oxychloride.