Viseart Single Eyeshadows Reviews & Swatches (“Pop of Purple in the Tropics Look”)
Interstellar (GPV2 #25)
Viseart Interstellar (Grande Pro (Vol. 2) #25) Eyeshadow is a bright pop of cooler pink with blue-to-violet shifting pearl and shimmer. It had nearly opaque pigmentation in a single layer with a soft, lightly dusty consistency that was blendable and had minimal fallout. It wore well for nine hours on me before fading slightly.
Poseidon (GPV2 #9)
Viseart Poseidon (Grande Pro (Vol. 2) #9) Eyeshadow has a blackened blue-teal base with larger blue glitter. It had semi-sheer coverage in a single layer, and the texture was more loosely-pressed and had a tendency to sheer out and have fallout during application. I would recommend using this with a dampened brush or a tacky base/adhesive base to help improve pigmentation and application while also minimizing fallout. This shade is designed to have “medium to full coverage,” so some of the sheerness was expected. The underlying color wore well for eight hours but had fallout over time.
Viseart Clover (Bright Editorial #3) Eyeshadow
Clover (Bright Editorial #3)
Viseart Clover (Bright Editorial #3) Eyeshadow is a brighter, grass green with a matte finish. It had semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation, and it went on better in practice than swatched alone, though it still took a bit of extra effort to soften the edges as the texture was on the drier side (and my lids are a little drier than normal so that amplifies the problem). The color lasted well for eight and a half hours on me before I noticed fading.
Viseart Cobalt Blue (Grande Pro (Vol. 1) #24)
Cobalt Blue (Grande Pro (Vol. 1) #24)
Viseart Cobalt Blue (Grande Pro (Vol. 1) #24) Eyeshadow is a rich, deep blue with cool undertones and a matte finish. It had rich pigmentation with a slightly drier, almost grainy consistency, but it ended up applying rather evenly and blending out without too much difficulty along the edges. There was barely-there pearl scattered through it that helped it blend out but didn’t change its finish. It stayed on well for nine hours on me before it started to fade noticeably.
Viseart Lime (Bright Editorial #2) Eyeshadow
Lime (Bright Editorial #2)
Viseart Lime (Bright Editorial #2) Eyeshadow is a bright chartreuse with warm, yellow undertones and a matte finish. It had good color payoff with a softer consistency that had a little bit of powderiness in the pan, but it applied well to bare skin with a smooth, even lay down of color. It wore nicely for eight and a half hours on me before I noticed slight fading.
Buillion (GPV2 #12)
Viseart Buillion (Grande Pro (Vol. 2) #12) Eyeshadow is a medium-dark gold with strong, warm undertones and a sparkling sheen. It had nearly opaque pigmentation in a single layer, and I did find it went on with more coverage in practice than swatched on my arm–and this is something that I experience with Viseart’s formula from time to time. The texture was soft, smooth, and blendable without being too firmly nor too loosely pressed in the pan. This shade stayed on nicely for eight and a half hours on me before I noticed any fading.