The eyeshadow formula is supposed to be "pigment[ed]" with "smooth and even application" that is "long-lasting." The matte shades are typically semi-opaque to opaque but buildable with soft, velvety textures that can sometimes be a little powdery or slightly firm, depending on the shade. I find that the mattes are often best suited to someone who likes control over pigmentation and may prefer to build up color; they regularly perform better in practice than just swatched on the arm as well.
The shimmer shades range from satin to metallic, and the more metallic shades tend to feel creamier to the touch, while the satin ones have a fine pearl to them that looks almost melted on the lid once blended out. Both the mattes and shimmers are blendable and easy to work with. Most of Viseart's eyeshadows wear between seven and nine hours on me.
The average rating based on all reviewed shade(s) in this formula is shown below.
Based on 1 Review, 10 Quick Reviews
The Good: Long-wearing (7), Smooth (7), Blendable (5), Easy To Apply (5), Travel-friendly (5), Creamy (3), Buttery (1), Crease-resistant (1)
The In-Between: Buildable (6), Highly Pigmented (2)
The Bad: Powdery (3), Hard To Blend (2)