Hey, everyone! Pretty much everyone and their mother has been lusting over the Viseart palettes for like the past year. At first, I was skeptical of the hype. I’ll admit that. It was hard for me to wrap my head around an $80 eyeshadow palette. I was pretty new to the makeup game and I didn’t see how an eyeshadow formula could be that much better than, say, Urban Decay or MAC.
A few weeks ago, after seeing ample swatches and glowing reviews, I broke down and bought the Dark Matte palette to try out. I chose that palette because I absolutely loved the colors and felt it was the palette that best complemented what I already own.
Look at those colors. The minimal design of the palette. Just… Okay? OOF. So beautiful.
I really love how minimal the packaging design is on this palette. No frills, no excess, no flash. Viseart really lets the quality of their products speak for themselves.
Let’s get on to the formula. The shadows in this palette are all super soft. Some are a bit more buttery than others, but none of them are chalky or excessively dry. They’re very pigmented and easy to work with.
As you can see, I went a little ham and decided to fit the whole palette on one arm. I love all of the colors in this palette. They’re perfect for fall and winter and are great for creating vampy, grungy looks. I’m especially drawn to the oranges and reds, though, because I am a sucker for warm tones! 🙂
The two dark blues were probably the least pigmented of the palette, but even though they are the most difficult to work with, their quality is still better than most mid-end shadow formulas.
If you can swing the price point, you really owe it to yourself to buy one of Viseart’s palettes! I want to purchase more in the future, particularly the Neutral Matte and Bridge Editorial palettes.
Have any of you fallen under Viseart’s spell as well?! Let me know what your favorite palette is in the comments ❤