Viseart Paris Nude Eyeshadow Palette Review, Swatches, Eye Makeup Looks

At last, I gave in. I bought my first Viseart eyeshadow palette earlier this year - it was my first palette of 2016. I wanted Dark Mattes but it was out of stock at the time, so I settled for Paris Nude (06). Viseart is a professional makeup brand used widely in the French film and television industries. All their cosmetics are handmade in Paris. 

Scroll down for review and swatches of the Viseart Paris Nude palette and for eye makeup looks.

Review and swatches of the Viseart Paris Nude palette and four eye makeup looks.


I know Viseart palettes are targeted at professionals, and most sensible people couldn't give a toss about the functional packaging, but I'm frivolous enough to like my kawaii and my bling and my pretties, so if there is one thing I don't like about this palette, it is the plain plastic black packaging with the clear plastic lid. The intention is clear - so that professionals can see all the colours without opening the palette.
Review and swatches of the Viseart Paris Nude palette and four eye makeup looks.

There are 12 eyeshadows in the palette. All are satin/shimmery and beautifully smooth and creamy. Some did kick up powder while swatching or digging about with the brush, but there was no fallout upon application. The shadows are all incredibly blendable. You'll get lovely gradients with these, without any harsh lines.
I love all the wearable shades in this palette. Even the palest shade can be used as a highlighter/in the inner corners. The purples aren't vibrant but lean dusty. Pigmentation is 100% in one swipe. I haven't had creasing or fading at all - I always wear primer over my eyelids so I can't tell you what happens over bare eyelids. Staying power is great until I take off my makeup.

Swatches, over bare skin; no primer

In direct sunlight:
Review and swatches of the Viseart Paris Nude palette and four eye makeup looks.

 In natural light:
Review and swatches of the Viseart Paris Nude palette and four eye makeup looks.
Excuse the wonky squares. I'm working on placement but have klutzy hands and an impatient mindset.

Eye makeup looks:

 Review and swatches of the Viseart Paris Nude palette and four eye makeup looks.

Verdict

For blendability alone, these are amazing eyeshadows. I did not have to swipe away with my brushes to remove lines; the colours sort of fell into place on the skin. Top marks for pigmentation, staying power and everything else. Plus, I can use all 12 shades - something rare in a palette.
Next stop: Viseart Dark Mattes, though I need to keep an eye on my limit of six palettes this year (have bought just two so far).
Cost: $80. Buy from Sephora.

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