The Viseart Paris Edit Eye Palette and Moisture Boost Lip Shines were recently released. I grabbed two lip shines and the eye palette. I also picked up the Natasha Denona Love Cheek Palette, another recent release. Wearing our Breezy Tee Mocha Satin Lined Beanie, I dug in!
Viseart has one of my favorite eyeshadow formulas. There is a reason the pros love it. This Paris Edit Eye Palette is a 12 pan eyeshadow palette, filled with mauves, browns, corals, pinks, and more. It’s a beautiful spring ready palette. There are mattes, shimmer eyeshadows, and metallic eyeshadows. Again, all of them are beautifully pigmented, and allows you to do many different looks. I didn’t love the brand swatches on brown skin, and I don’t think they did them any justice. So, I was a little unsure, but they performed beautifully on me, and remained pigmented. There was only a little fallout, but that was it.
If you’re interested in trying a Viseart eye palette, their edits are a great place to start. They are really small, can fit in your pocket, or bag easily, and for 12 shadows, you can’t beat it!!
Viseart Paris Edit
The Viseart Moisture Boost Lip Shines were the best surprise. The consistency is just right. They aren’t too liquidy or too thick, two things you can run across with glosses. They smell like bubblegum. It made me a little nostalgic. There are four lip glosses in all, and I picked up two.
Beignet is a pretty mocha brown color, that was very pretty on my skin tone. It almost matches my complexion, but the lovely surprise was some of the brown did still appear on my lips. I was afraid it would be too close to my lip color. I LOVE this shade.
Fleur is a very pretty mauve color. Mauve is a tricky color for me. I’ve been chasing it for a while, as the color will be perfect on the model, and once I get it, it’s just off. This lip shine does show up mauve on me, even if it’s not fully, it’s pretty. One of the things I love about these products is the shine is really nice. It’s not too much. The doe foot applicator is easy to use and gets color on your lips quickly. Really happy with these lip shines.
Viseart Paris Edit
The Natasha Denona Love Cheek Palette was so-so. The packaging is super cute and fun, with moving particles in a liquid, that move up, down and all around. The Love Palette is the third of its kind. I have the other two, and prefer them to this one. Each palette gives Natasha Denona the opportunity to play with different formulas. The Glow Cream Base formula is gorgeous in this palette. It’s my favorite formula, and color, in the palette, and makes the most beautiful deep rose blush. The gold Glow Impact Powder illuminator is my second favorite. Gold highlighter on brown skin is always gorgeous. It is not sparkly, it’s a very finely milled powder, and it’s pigmented.
Now, the rose gold Super Glow is a pretty color. I tried using it as a blush, but it’s a bit too sparkly for me, but it works much better as a pink toned highlight. There is a bit of iridescence to it, and it’s nice, but just pushing the sparkle boundary for me. I could certainly wear it though. The formula of Diamond Powder is a complete letdown for me. This just felt like a glitter bomb to me. It’s Barbie Pink in the pan, but only the glitter showed up on my skin. I was left completely unimpressed. I just think two glitter shades, in a four pan palette is overkill. I will definitely not be using that one again. So, two I really love, one I can work with, and one I won’t use again. The first two face palettes are filled with formulas and shades I absolutely love. I hope going forward, they return to the less glitter filled formulas, or I will happily pass.