Viseart Violette is a permanent eye palette that retails for $44.00 and contains 0.63 oz.
Viseart Violette Etendu Palette ($44.00 for 0.63 oz.) is inspired by the original Liaison palette, so there is a fair amount of overlap between this palette and that one if you already have it. Five shades, technically, though I felt like Fusion was different enough, and Violette was very similar to Ecstacy (from Liaison).
Sometimes I feel like Viseart eyeshadows are better described as particularly buildable and blendable--which a lot of people prefer and enjoy--which is more in line with how this palette actually performed: more buildable than intensely pigmented but often blendable and easy enough to work with. I have found the Viseart matte eyeshadow formula to be more powdery over time, which was true with the mattes in this palette.
Also, I'm not certain which shades actually contain it, but the ingredient list does have a +/- may contain of Red 28, which isn't approved for eye usage by FDA (and is fine under EU regulations), so it would most likely be called out as a "pressed pigment" by most brands. Here, the whole palette is labeled as a "Professional Pigment Palette," but on the website, there are several references to it being eyeshadow, so it's a little confusing why there's not an asterisk about it on the palette since it's quite common for brands to include "pressed pigments" and just put in fine print that they're not for the eye area.
Muse Beauty listed where each shade came from, though some were less similar to their original versions (enough that I'd have listed them separately). Here is your reference guide, because Viseart thought it fun to use new names for shades they previously named and even have available as singles... one of the most confusing instances of reusing shades I've come across in my entire time blogging!
- Embrace, Blushing, Fusion, Haze are from Liaison
- Grenache is a shade in Grande Pro Vol. 1, which is also a shade in the Amethyst theory palette
- Bisous is a shade from Liaison, but it is also listed as from the Amethyst palette, which is also named Sterling as a single
- Wink is from Coy
- Jezebel is from Grande Pro Vol. 2, which was also released as a single called Interstellar
- Violette is from Grande Pro Vol. 2, which was also released as a single named Zeus
- Passion is from Grande Pro Vol. 1, which was also released as a single named Bougainvillea
- Eldberry is from Amethyst, which was also released as a single named Mulberry
Introducing the Étendu Collection from Viseart Paris Our new eyeshadow packaging range is developed to extend and revisit revered favourites from our iconic collection. We have expanded upon beloved, classic palettes from our archives to provide more tonal colour, more depth, more duochromatic and metallic finishes, more intensity, and more elegance for everyday humans and professional artists alike.