8 x Viseart Petit Pro (03) Eyeshadow Palette Look Ideas

01/09

Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Palette | Look Details
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Palette | Look Details
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette
Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette

Viseart Petit Pro (03) Petit Pro Palette ($30.00 for 0.28 oz.) is an eight-pan palette with four mattes and four shimmers. I think the palette has a few looks to be made out of it, but if one is trying to use only the palette, it’ll feel most versatile for someone who uses one to two shades in the lid and one in the crease. I felt like I needed a mid-tone, warmer shade (maybe a peach or warmer plum) and one or two deeper-hued, more matte shades when I was thinking about color combinations.

About This Series

Each look idea is centered around a “quad” of four shades with the expectation that one might bring in the appropriate brow bone or additional transitional shade based on skin tone. I know that I tend to use more like five or six shades in a typical look, but I think that four is a happy medium to give a good idea of the “core” color scheme of a look while giving you the ability to lighten/darken as desired. I have listed the colors in this order: inner lid, middle of lid, outer lid/crease, and crease/above crease.

You might see combinations that seem slightly repeated but placement will vary (e.g. a halo placement where the lightest and more shimmery shade is placed on the center) as placement can also create a different effect/look! You might also want to consider incorporating your favorite matte/shimmer shades (as applicable) to increase the versatility of certain palettes. Consider these ideas a jumping off point!

Viseart Palette

Petit Pro (03) 1.0


  1. Viseart Ambre — A Warm Brown with a Frost finish.
  2. Viseart Sage — A Warm Green with a Frost finish.
  3. Viseart Beryl — A Warm Green with a Semi-Matte finish.
  4. Viseart Jasper — A Warm Brown with a Matte finish.

See side-by-side swatches!

 

Viseart Palette

Petit Pro (03) 2.0



  1. Viseart Tourmaline — A Warm Pink with a Frost finish.
  2. Viseart Morganite — A Warm Pink with a Matte finish.
  3. Viseart Caramel — A Warm Mauve with a Matte finish.
  4. Viseart Framboise — A Warm Berry with a Metallic finish.

See side-by-side swatches!

 

Viseart Palette

Petit Pro (03) 3.0



  1. Viseart Tourmaline — A Warm Pink with a Frost finish.
  2. Viseart Framboise — A Warm Berry with a Metallic finish.
  3. Viseart Ambre — A Warm Brown with a Frost finish.
  4. Viseart Beryl — A Warm Green with a Semi-Matte finish.

See side-by-side swatches!

 

Viseart Palette

Petit Pro (03) 4.0



  1. Viseart Caramel — A Warm Mauve with a Matte finish.
  2. Viseart Jasper — A Warm Brown with a Matte finish.
  3. Viseart Framboise — A Warm Berry with a Metallic finish.
  4. Viseart Ambre — A Warm Brown with a Frost finish.

See side-by-side swatches!

 

Viseart Palette

Petit Pro (03) 5.0



  1. Viseart Sage — A Warm Green with a Frost finish.
  2. Viseart Jasper — A Warm Brown with a Matte finish.
  3. Viseart Ambre — A Warm Brown with a Frost finish.
  4. Viseart Caramel — A Warm Mauve with a Matte finish.

See side-by-side swatches!

 

Viseart Palette

Petit Pro (03) 6.0



  1. Viseart Tourmaline — A Warm Pink with a Frost finish.
  2. Viseart Sage — A Warm Green with a Frost finish.
  3. Viseart Jasper — A Warm Brown with a Matte finish.
  4. Viseart Beryl — A Warm Green with a Semi-Matte finish.

See side-by-side swatches!

 

Viseart Palette

Petit Pro (03) 7.0



  1. Viseart Framboise — A Warm Berry with a Metallic finish.
  2. Viseart Tourmaline — A Warm Pink with a Frost finish.
  3. Viseart Ambre — A Warm Brown with a Frost finish.
  4. Viseart Jasper — A Warm Brown with a Matte finish.

See side-by-side swatches!

 

Viseart Palette

Petit Pro (03) 8.0



  1. Viseart Caramel — A Warm Mauve with a Matte finish.
  2. Viseart Jasper — A Warm Brown with a Matte finish.
  3. Viseart Beryl — A Warm Green with a Semi-Matte finish.
  4. Viseart Sage — A Warm Green with a Frost finish.

See side-by-side swatches!

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This is so helpful, but it still annoys me that I have to go to another palette or a single to get the mid tone transition shade that I need. I have the same issue with Tryst.

Lesley, I know, right?!? Unless I don’t mind always having to use a bright coral as my transition in every. single. look. 😕

So far. I have loved the #1 &2 palettes
I don’t think I can pass on #3 either. I will think about it for a couple days.

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