Viseart Rosé Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette is a new, permanent set of neutrals with pops of pink and lavender. The left half of the palette runs slightly cooler and contains all of the rosier hues, while the right half of the palette are the more typical, warmer neutrals. The palette contains mostly new shades–Peony, Wisteria, Rosette, Rose, Blossom, Truffle, and Splendor (though I’ve also marked Peche as “new” as it differed from the single). Most shades had semi-opaque to opaque color payoff, were blendable, and lasted around eight hours, but there were a few shades that had room for improvement (Wisteria, Rose, and Blossom).
Viseart Rendezvous Eyeshadow
Rendezvous is a soft, peachy pink with warm undertones and a frosted sheen. It had rich pigmentation with a smooth, lightly creamy texture that was easy to work with. This shade stayed on nicely for eight and a half hours before it showed signs of wear.
Viseart Ballet (GPV1 #17) Eyeshadow
Ballet (GPV1 #17)
Ballet (GPV1 #17) is a light-medium pink with subtle, warm undertones and a matte finish. It had a soft, blendable consistency that was a smidgen powdery in the pan. It had nearly opaque pigmentation that applied evenly but needed a primer to build up the coverage. It wore well for seven and a half hours on me before fading noticeably.
Viseart Peony (Rosé Edit) Eyeshadow
Peony (Rosé Edit)
Peony (Warm Edit) is a medium-dark, coral-orange with warm undertones and a matte finish. It had semi-opaque-, buildable color payoff that adhered evenly to bare skin and blended out with ease along the edges. The eyeshadow had a drier, thinner texture, though it didn’t sheer out too readily when I tried it. On me, it stayed on well for eight hours before I noticed any fading.
Chocolate is a deep, red-toned brown with neutral-to-warm undertones and a matte finish. The pigmentation was opaque, while the eyeshadow had a slightly firmer, drier texture, though it wasn’t stiff so I was still able to apply and blend it out without difficulty. It lasted nicely for eight and a half hours before there was visible fading.
Viseart Wisteria Eyeshadow
Wisteria is a medium lavender with cool undertones and a frosted finish. It had semi-sheer pigmentation that was somewhat buildable, but I’d recommend using it with a wet brush for better adhesion and opacity from the get-go. The consistency was soft and felt drier to the touch, which resulted in some fallout during application. It wore well eight hours on me before fading noticeably.
Viseart Rosette Eyeshadow
Rosette is a medium-dark berry pink with cool undertones and a matte finish. It had nearly opaque pigmentation in a single layer, which was easy to build up to the last bit with less than half of a layer on top. The texture was fairly soft, though it definitely didn’t feel as silky as most of the brand’s mattes have for me, but it blended out beautifully. The color stayed on well for eight and a half hours before fading visibly.
Viseart Café Eyeshadow
Café is a medium, taupe-brown with warm undertones and a matte finish. It had opaque color coverage with a soft, blendable texture that was finely-milled and easy to work with. This shade lasted well for eight hours on me before I noticed any fading.
Viseart Peche (Rosé Edit) Eyeshadow
Peche (Rosé Edit)
Peche (Warm Edit) is a medium peach with strong, warm orange undertones and a matte finish. The color was much warmer, less pink compared to the Peche found in Neutral Mattes (enough that I had to list it as a separate shade). The texture was soft, smooth, and lightly powdery, though it didn’t have fallout during application. The color payoff was nearly opaque, and it wore well for eight hours on me.
Viseart Rose Eyeshadow
Rose is a medium-dark red with warm, orange undertones and a frosted finish. The consistency was soft but more loosely-pressed in the pan, so there was a bit of excess that kicked up in the pan. The eyeshadow applied with more semi-opaque, buildable coverage and slight fallout during the lay down process. It stayed on well for eight hours before I noticed fading.
Viseart Blossom Eyeshadow
Blossom is a peachy coral with warm undertones and a sparkling, metallic sheen. It had good color coverage with a more loosely pressed consistency, so it felt a little drier and had a bit of fallout during application. On me, it lasted nicely for eight hours on me before fading a bit.
Viseart Truffle Eyeshadow
Truffle is a medium brown with warm undertones and a sparkling, metallic sheen. The color payoff was opaque in one layer, which adhered evenly and smoothly to my skin without fallout. The texture was lightly creamy, firmer but not stiff to work with, and blendable. It wore well eight and a half hours on me before I noticed any fading.
Viseart Splendor Eyeshadow
Splendor is a deep gold with warm undertones and a metallic sheen. It had opaque color coverage with a soft, more loosely-pressed texture, which felt particularly smooth and finely-milled. I felt like the softness made it easy to pick up more product than necessary, so I’d recommend using a lighter hand with this to avoid potential fallout. It stayed on well for eight and a half hours on me before it showed signs of wear.