Viseart Theory Palette II Minx
There are 3 concept palettes which are designed to coordinate with your skin tone and hair. This particular palette is great for warm tones, brunette heads and it claims to be well pigmented, long lasting and no fall outs.
Priced at $45 from Sephora.com, Viseart is known for its rich pigmentation and easy to blend eyeshadows, so i just had to try it out!
On the lids:
One thing I can say is the colors you see in the palette are the actual color you will see on your lids and that’s a rare statement for me to make. That’s how well pigmented and true to color they are. I started off with the bone matte shade all over the lid and then went in with the soft brown color in the crease, then used the darker brown shade in the outer V. These three shades alone are effortlessly to apply, easy to blend and I did not need to go in with a heavy handed.
However, the shimmer shades were a disappointment, they did not apply as well on to the lids like the matte shades and produced a lot of fall out (A LOT) which was worse than UD Naked palette. I’m not a certified make up artist but I have a fair share of makeup knowledge in me to know the difference between the average fall outs to really bad fall outs.
Here are the swatches in natural light:
Packaging: I was certainly expecting more from this brand, however it is made in a way where you can easily depot for your pro palettes and customizations as it has a magnetic base. It does come with its own card sleeve and its great for either on the go or traveling.
Pigmentation: Very well pigmented, has a buttery feeling which is a great thing as it was a dream to blend; the matte shades were my favorite to use. The shimmer shades were a disappointment as they did not pack on as well as I had anticipated and had produced a lot of fall out.
Would I recommend? Probably not unless they start individual shades, in which case I’d invest in the matte shadows.