Quick. Write a letter to Santa and include Viseart Highlight and Sculpt Palette to your holiday wish list. But seriously, if you haven’t tried this brand yet, now is the time to snag it! I own several Viseart products (matte eyeshadow palette, dark matte eyeshadow palette, bridal satin eyeshadow palette, all three theory palettes, blush palette) enough to form a conclusion that when it comes to quality, this brand is consistently exquisite across the board.
Sans frou frou and garish packaging, what you get is six stunning powders in shimmer (highlight) and matte (contour) finishes. The highlighting powders are silky smooth and are neither dusty nor chunky. Swiped over the cheekbones, nose bridge or even cupid’s bow, it transforms my rather boring face to JLo glam, I mean minus the butt, haha! The highlighting shades feature champagne, rose neutral and copper bronze. The contour powders are all matte and easy to blend. The shades range from lightest brown to dark chocolate brown. As with other contouring palettes, the depth of shadow is influenced by your application. I always start light and build as necessary because these shades are really pigmented so go easy missy! Did I say they are versatile? I wear these shades as eye makeup too!
… and here’s my look last weekend.
… and while we’re at it, these subtle contour and highlight held up whole day while we were checking out the newly renovated International Market Place in downtown Honolulu. If you have visited this place in the past, you will notice that what used to be a flea-like ambience is now replaced with luxury and high-end stores, which for the most part, were built for tourists. Hub and I liked it, well maybe because it wasn’t crowded when we went. Here are some photos…
#notmycar Photo op before lunch. This is the 3rd level of International Market Place. You will find several restaurants here. We ate at Goma Tei (Japanese), must-try!!!
Chillin’ after lunch. The benches around this place are all handcrafted. Each sitting area is different so it’s a showcase altogether.
Thankfully, the century old banyan trees were not uprooted when this place got redressed.
Going store to store is relaxing because of the greenery. Mind-Conditioning, eh?
Aside from local retailers, it also houses the first Saks store in Hawai’i.
Tiki torches surround this place even at broad daylight.
Capped the day with mango coffee cake and cafe latte!
full tummy but makeup game still strong!
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