My Viseart Collection
This blog is a roundup of all my Viseart eyeshadow palettes! I got three Theory palettes Minx, Cashmere, and Absinthe, and also the Eyeshadow Palette in Natural Matte and Bridal Satin. Love the pigmentation and buttery-ness of these. Also the color choice is quite intensive.
First of all I would like to mention that this blog is not in any way associated with Viseart. I purchased all these products myself and all reviews are all my own opinion. They are not PR products.
And they can be depotted as well! I had so much fun arranging them in a pile. I mixed them up and ended up super confused which belong to which palette lol.
First up are the large palettes in Natural Matte and Bridal Satin. Love the pigmentation and buttery-ness of these. The mattes are really pigmented and smooth, and the shimmer shades are quite something.
I have to confess that I normally hate an all matte palette. But somehow I ended up with this. Weird. I don’t know why but the shades speak to me and I was kinda hypnotized to buy it lol.
Here’s the description from the Viseart website: 01 Neutral Mattes is our all time bestselling palette! This iconic, core neutral palette features beige and brown tones that are ideal for shading, highlighting, and defining eyes, brows, or facial contours. A true artist’s staple!
Ah, now I see why I bought it. Cause it can be more than just an eyeshadow palette. It can be used with brows and contouring as well. However I think the pans are to small to do some shading, as most of my shading brushes are too big for the pans.
OK let’s get on to the swatches. I took many photos and closeups so you can see the shades clearly.
I did the earth tone shades on the first column, and the darker shades in the second column.
Here are the more darker shades.
And the swatches overall.
The below picture is the swatch indoors which I did when I first bought the palette.
Next is the Bridal Satin palette now this is an all shimmer palette (me love!) I think the shades included are pretty unique to my collection. They are all shimmers and are quite different, so I usually use them in conjunction of other more neutral palettes. I think Viseart does many unconventional palettes, aimed at more professional use. It’s good that there’s more variety out there.
Here’s the official description from the website: 03 Bridal Satin features soft, satin-textured shadows perfect for smooth, even application. These shadows are ideal for adding light and dimension to any special occasion look.
I totally agree. I think the shades are a bit unconventional, and would be suitable for special occasions, not on an average day.
OK below are the swatches.
More closeup swatches
Next are the Theory eyeshadow palettes! I got Minx, Cashmere, and Absinthe. Love the pigmentation and buttery-ness of these. The pans are also removable, so you can actually play around with them. I mixed them up and was kinda confused which belong to which palette lol.
More closeups of the pans.
First up is Cashmere. The matte shades are buttery, and the shimmer texture is quite unique compared to other brands. They are not shimmery nor metallic, but somewhere in the middle, like pencil led. It gives my eyes an in depth look – hard to explain
Here’s the official description from the brand: Theory I Cashmere includes three matte and three shimmer eyeshadows in a range of flattering neutral tones. Perfect for creating natural eye looks for day and night.
Yea it really is your basic neutral palette that you can do no wrong with.
Below are the swatches, and closeup swatches.
Next is Minx. I am NOT a fan of warm eyeshadow palettes at all, but I loved Cashmere so much that I decided to get this palette as well.
Official Description: Theory II Minx is one of our most popular palettes. It includes three matte shades and three shimmer shades, ranging from light to dark — all with captivating warm undertones.
Yea they all have warm undertones, which I normally don’t wear. I’m a cool-toned lover. So I didn’t get to use this palette much unfortunately.
Below are the swatches, and closeup swatches.
Lastly is the Theory VI Absinthe palette.
From the website: Theory VI Absinthe is an enchanting edit of three classic mattes in creamy beige, earthy brown, and forest green, and three multidimensional shimmers in frosted champagne, green opal, and emerald green.
I’ve always been a green eyeshadow lover so this palette was a no brainer for me. The description from the website is pretty accurate. You can mix and match as a neutral palette, or for s bold green smokey eye.
Annnnnd the swatches.
I also have a separate blog on the Absinthe palette, link below.
I also used to have the Chroma Theory palette but homehow I lost it somewhere and never found again.
From the website: Theory III Chroma includes three dramatic matte shades plus three cool-toned shimmers. Mix and match for a sooty, sultry smoky eye. All you need for the ultimate smokey eye in one palette.
It’s the perfect palette for a smokey eye. Those grays and matte dark shades are a smokey eye lover’s dream (me included). So bummed I lost it. Luckily I did swatches indoors so you can see them below.
So that is it. I hope you get more used to the brand, and its really high quality products!