Third and is still enamored as the first. I’m talking about my third Viseart Eyeshadow Palette (Dark Mattes), another purchase from the brand that’s getting a whole lotta lovin‘ from me lately.
|Viseart Bridal Satin (reviewed here), Viseart Neutral Matte (reviewed here)|
This all-matte palette features 12 shades, predominantly warm, and very Fall/Winter- appropriate. From navy to burgundy to rich brown to green to orange, these colors clearly add intensity to any eye makeup.
The packaging is frill-free, no ginormous mirror or applicator brush but the overall quality of eyeshadows compensates for the absence of traditional extras we see from other palettes. Applied over eye primer, they don’t budge, melt or smudge practically the whole time I had them on. They are pigmented, soft to touch and blend with ease.
Here is Dark Mattes in comparison to Neutral Matte. Except for orange that’s quite close, the eyeshadows in both palettes are exclusive; meaning, there is no repetition, making each one a necessity in your stash whether you’re a MUA or makeup junkie.
The swatches shown are applied on bare arm (no primer). My favorites are burgundy, orange(s) and greens(s) because I don’t own similar shades. Here’s my actual makeup last Thanksgiving using this palette.
Other products used (reviews are linked):
Tom Ford Lip Color So Vain
Hourglass Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil
It Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye Concealer
Guerlain Meteorites Powder for the Face and Decollete
Tom Ford Skin Illuminating Powder Duo Moodlight
Lancome Drama Liqui-Pencil Brûlée
By Terry Cellularose Moisturizing CC Cream