Viseart Violette Palette Look

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Viseart Violette Palette Look
Viseart Violette Palette Look
Viseart Violette Palette Look
Viseart Violette Palette Look

About this Look

Here’s an eye look using the new Viseart Violette palette!

Step-by-Step Guide

  • Inner tearduct: Wink
  • Inner lid: Wink
  • Middle of lid: Jezebel
  • Outer lid: Violette
  • Crease: Elderberry
  • Deep crease: Passion
  • Above crease: Grenache
  • Browbone: Liaison, Embrace
  • Lower lash line: Perversion, Bisous


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M. Avatar

Gorgeous eye look Christine! I believe you when you say the eyeshadows are buildable, since the patchiness of the darker shades isnโ€™t evident in your eye look.
I wonder if anyone has talked about the game I like to play? Where you try to guess the grade Christine has given a shadow before you actually see it? ๐Ÿ˜
Also, sorry if Iโ€™ve missed it, but Christine do you have any plans to buy and review the Viseart Cashmere Entendu pallet?

Christine Avatar

Hi M!

I’m not currently reviewing Viseart due to some comments made by the owner on an Instagram post I had (Viseart deleted the comments) where I asked about if anyone felt that Viseart was producing a lot of light-leaning palettes lately. They responded and tried to justify that by wanting a “lighter 2021 with more kindness and less devastation” and that they are a small team. This rubbed me quite wrong, since it was about a continuous release of palettes that were lighter and lighter-leaning and less workable for darker skin tones, something that Viseart has done better at in the past, and I don’t see how the exclusion of darker skin tones makes for a better 2021, nor why richer tones can’t also be associated with “more kindness.” I did try to explain to Viseart why this was an issue as a reply, but the situation got out of control.

A reader with a deeper skin tone had left a comment about how they felt the same and that they’d need to reach into another palette for a darker shade, and the brand owner responded and tried to justify their releases while really ignoring the underlying problem. There were a couple of additional responses by the brand owner to readers’ comments, and it felt uncomfortable to have a brand owner come onto my space and reply to nearly every reader’s comment just to deflect criticism by saying they’re a small team. (It was really unexpected behavior from Viseart, and it has been that type of behavior that kept from reviewing smaller brands for years.) They were doing just fine for years, so… No matter how small their team is, they are still a long-standing brand available at major retailers like Sephora. Small team can help customers be patient when orders get shipped out or if releases are slower to get turned around, but the content of a release? Not sure how a small team matters there.

When I did some more digging, I found out from several readers that they felt like the brand was ignoring them/glossing over their feedback about recent releases being so light. Example: one of the main criticisms of the original Grande Pro palette was that it had a lot of light shades instead of a more even distribution between light, mid-tone, and dark. So, when the Grande Pro was updated and re-released and didn’t address this, it was disappointing.

I need to see continuous improvement from the brand and its offerings to consider reviewing their releases again, and Bijouxette is nice to see, though Cashmerie is still very light (and they’re just totally different color stories, so it’s not like if you wanted cooler-toned neutrals and were deeper in skin tone that you’d grab Bijouxette instead). It was a really sad situation, since I have been a fan of the Viseart brand for a long time and had insightful conversations with the owner previously.

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