Viseart is a brand I've heard so much about, but I've never tried any of their products. However, their new and extremely pretty Viseart Paris Edit Eyeshadow Palette may be my very first Viseart purchase – it is such a beauty.
The Viseart Paris Edit Eyeshadow Palette has launched alongside four Viseart Moisture Boost Oil Lip Shines, which all complement the tones within this eyeshadow palette.
Viseart Paris Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Pétale: Light dusky pink with a matte finish
Champs-Élysées: White gold with a metallic finish
Crème Brûlée: Medium camel brown with a matte finish
Fleur: Muted mauve with a matte finish
Opera: Pink with a metallic finish
Beaux-Arts: Light copper with a metallic finish
Tulle: Warm pink with a matte finish
Cerise: Black cherry with reflective particles
St. Germain: Smoky purple with a metallic finish
Marais: Copper brown with a metallic finish
Pirouette: Warm brown with a satin finish
Tuileries: Purple mauve with a satin finish
The Viseart Paris Edit Eyeshadow Palette is $39 on the Viseart website, and also available via the Beautylish website which does ship to the UK. The palette contains twelve powder eyeshadows in a mixture of matte, metallic, satin and reflective finishes.
The design of the Edit palettes is that they all have removable pans, so you can customise your palettes if you own multiple Viseart Edit Palettes.
Each of the pans contains 1 gram of product, with a total of 12 grams for the whole palette which I feel is a very decent price for Viseart, as they're known for their professional quality.
The names of all the shades are Paris inspired and Viseart have included swatches of the Viseart Paris Edit Eyeshadow Palette on two different skintones, and all twelve shades look super pretty.
It looks like the perfect mix of romantic pinks, mauves, purples and neutrals. I like that the palette contains almost half matte shades, as it makes the palette so much more versatile and I just really, really want this palette and think it would be the perfect starter palette to finally try Viseart.