Sneak Peek: Viseart Blush Palettes Photos & Swatches

Viseart Blush Palettes
Viseart Blush Palettes

Viseart Blush Palette ($80.00 for 0.84 oz.) are a new product to the Viseart range. There is also one version of the Viseart Highlight and Sculpt Palette ($80.00 for 0.84 oz.). Each palette features six shades that spread across two color themes. The palettes are the same size physically as the eyeshadow palettes and also contain the same amount of product. They’re available exclusively at Muse Beauty. Swatches were all over the place, but almost every single shade applied better to the cheeks in practice; the only explanation I have is that they seem like they have trouble adhering to drier skin (my arm is dry, my face is normal-to-dry, mostly normal). I’ve only just started testing for wear, so we shall see how it goes!

Viseart Plum/Bronze (01) Blush Palette
Viseart Plum/Bronze (01) Blush Palette

Viseart Rose/Coral (02) Blush Palette
Viseart Rose/Coral (02) Blush Palette

Viseart Orange/Violet (03) Blush Palette
Viseart Orange/Violet (03) Blush Palette

Viseart Viseart Highlight/Sculpt (01) Palette
Viseart Viseart Highlight/Sculpt (01)Palette

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Allison Avatar

omg its like you read my mind… i was just looking at these online yesterday! At first glance they all look so pretty, but after analyzing them i find the pairings of 6 colors to be odd pairings for a makeup collector (not a mua). I am fair skinned so i don’t think all 6 colors of any palettes would work for me. thanks for the swatches!

Julia Avatar

So true! Some of the pairings are so pretty to look at (omg, the violet + orange!!) but I only have one face/ one skintone and there is no way I can pull off everything in any of these palettes. For that price, I would want them all to be wearable. To your point, though, probably super handy for a MUA!

Spring Avatar

Hi Allison,
Not sure if you watch TarababyZ on YT, but she has fair skin too and she just did a video on these. I believe she said that though they are very pigmented, they do blend out nicely on the skin and she thought they would work for fair skin too. Just thought I’d let you know in case you are interested. 🙂

Mo Merrell Avatar

These pack more punch than I thought at first glance but I see what you mean about their immediate adherence. The bronzes are gorgeous though.

Christina Avatar

Hmm, I think the only one that’d work for my complexion is the Rose/Coral blushes. All the other ones with bronzers and highlighters, save maybe a couple shades, would be too dark on my skin. No matter, I prefer blushes anyway!

As a small side note, I think you accidentally left off the close up shot of the Rose 2 shade in the pan. It’s showing up as a blush swatch in the group shot of the palette (then again, my computer has been loading pages funny, so it might just be me.)

Lorrin Avatar

I’m really digging the Plum/Bronze pairing. Some of these don’t look too well in the swatches, maybe they will apply better on the face? Looking forward to your review as always!

Katherine T. Avatar

I really, really wish Viseart would let me pick what blushes to put into these palettes!! For the Plum/Bronze kit, I love the plum colors but the bronze ones tend to look muddy on me and/or I already have dupes, and I can’t justify $80 for 3 colors. Same issue with some of the other colors in these kits. But otherwise, these colors are very beautiful, hope the performance is there.

kjh Avatar

They don’t look quite so pro now. Wait and see. Interesting they paired orange with purple. Many people (T readers not included) wear either/or, but not both. The pan sizes don’t look too friendly, for people who prefer big, fluffy brushes.

Rachael Avatar

I was thinking the same thing, the pans are tiny. Perhaps you’re meant to swirl them around through one side to get a more customized color.

markiebamboo Avatar

These looked really awesome but the swatches make it seem like i am better off just putting together a palette on my own from MAC. They look pretty in the package though!

Hildegard Avatar

I really like the blush pinks and corals palette. I’ve been thinking about getting a blush palette to my collection, as I’ve been paying more attention to how different shades of blush look on my skin and palettes can be quite the money saver. Unfortunately for me, but luckily for my budget, Muse Beauty doesn’t ship outside the US :/

Nancy T Avatar

The only one that I find appealing is the Plum/Bronze palette. But in all honesty, these seem to be geared towards professional MUA’s to have in their kits so that they have options for all skintones and shades. Not exactly for the “average” makeup loving consumer, however. TBH, I do wish Viseart had made these customizable so that one could pick 6 shades of their individual choice.

Heather Avatar

So funny how their matte eye shadows (most anyway) are super pigmented and non patchy., yet some of these darker matte blushes look SUPER patchy! It is disappointing!
The palettes seem like they have a shade for light, medium and deep skin tones which could be useful for a working mua, but I just can’t justify the $80 for a couple of colors in each palette! The bronze palette has a couple of really pretty colors though!

Rose Avatar

A Youtuber suggested using these also as eye shadows and I think that’s brilliant! Great way to use colors maybe not suited for my cheeks.

Alecto Avatar

I love pairings like this, where layering would create more neutral variations. The orange/violet set is genius! I alreay layer similar colors, and it’s very cool to take a purple blush and make it a plum or even bronze with oranges and peaches, or take a hot orange and make it the most neutral, natural cheek color blush with a sheer application of lavender. The dark brown in the contour/highlight set looks dismal, and a number of others seem very dry and powdery, but it warms my heart to see the color choices.

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