Violet Voss PRO Eyeshadow Palettes at Sephora

Violet Voss Palettes at Sephora
Violet Voss Palettes at Sephora

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Violet Voss just launched at Sephora with their five eyeshadow palettes.

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HG PRO Eyeshadow Palette, $45.00 (Permanent)

The 20 beautiful shades in this eyeshadow palette is highly pigmented, made with jojoba oil, and easy to blend. This versatile palette lets you go for a subtle daytime look, and easily transition to a sultry nighttime smoky eye. It is the perfect go-to for creating a flawless, sexy look for any occasion.

  • Crystal Creamy pearl
  • Ploof Neutral pink
  • Thanks a Latte Vanilla beige
  • Transition Soft warm brown
  • Hashtag Muted orange
  • Awesome Sauce Muted copper
  • Bestie Fawn
  • Toffee Warm copper
  • Chill Bronze
  • How U Doin Subtle pinky coral
  • Bat My Eyes Taupe brown
  • Cool Beans Cool muted taupe
  • R U Kitten Me Soft peachy brown
  • So Jelly Pinky coral
  • On Fleek Burnt warm copper
  • Brownie Points Red brown
  • Teddy Bear Brown
  • Glamping Rustic brown
  • Cranberry Splash Antique red rust
  • Wine N Dine Cranberry

Matte About You PRO Eyeshadow Palette, $45.00 (Permanent)

The Matte About You palette was created to help open up the eyes and enhance your natural beauty. Each easy-to-blend shade can be used to create looks for daytime, nighttime, or anything in-between.

  • Sweetheart Bold vanilla
  • Infatuation Warm cream
  • Sweet Talk Pastel coral
  • Mesmerized Raw sienna
  • Mi Amor Smoky black
  • Mad Love Sandy taupe
  • Crush Dark chestnut
  • Smitten Tan
  • Heavenly Brownish rust
  • Tender Gingerbread
  • Beloved Sepia
  • Adorbs Gray brown
  • Yearning Golden oak
  • Desire Sunkissed sienna
  • Passion Cherry rust
  • Crazy Love Fawn
  • Romantical Sandy brown
  • Thirsty Pale brown
  • Darling Light brown
  • Sweet Warm brown


Taupe Notch PRO Eyeshadow Palette, $45.00 (Permanent)

This uniquely rich, taupe-toned color story includes 20 wearable shades that work just as well individually as they do paired with each other. The versatility of this palette gives you the ability to create limitless looks.

  • Elite Soft beige
  • #1 Peachy ivory
  • Bestest Soft peach brown
  • Super Soft golden beige
  • Top Notch Peach
  • One N Only Pink sandy brown
  • Upper Crust Tan
  • Royal Mushroom
  • Exclusive Smoky brown
  • First Class Mediu m uted brown
  • High Warm rose-toned brown
  • Taupe Grayish brown
  • Numero Uno Icy cool taupe
  • MVP Warm toffee
  • Ace Cool-toned brown
  • Extra Warm milk chocolate brown
  • World Class Cool-toned purple brown
  • VIP Deep copper brown
  • Supreme Warm rustic brown
  • Prime Deep cool ash brown

Ride or Die PRO Eyeshadow Palette, $75.00 (Permanent)

This set is an amazing mix of mattes, metallic foils, pearls, and satins to help you achieve any complete look. With a full range of versatile, neutral shades, this is sure to become your personal “ride or die” palette.

  • Michelle Pearl white
  • April Cream
  • Destiny Pink taupe
  • Ella White champagne
  • Ann Pearl blue
  • Erika Soft coral
  • Leslie Nude
  • Fiona Pearl cream
  • Alex Warm taupe
  • Kelly Rose brown
  • Paula Vintage gold
  • Emma Peachy rouge
  • Abigail Soft brown
  • Isabella Peachy pearl
  • Jasmine Silver
  • Ariel Cool brown
  • Nicole Brown
  • Jane 24K gold
  • Allison Coral peach
  • Kaitlin Warm soft brown
  • Holly Brown maroon
  • Jamie Dark silver
  • Skylar Dark brown
  • Monica Warm medium brown
  • Jessica Dark aged gold
  • Madeline Peachy gold
  • Alice Warm orange brown
  • SCarlett Red burgundy
  • Natalie Sparkly black
  • Maria Cool brown taupe
  • Josie Cool brown
  • Nancy Golden copper
  • Stephanie Reddish copper
  • Riley Orange red brown
  • Andrea Reddish burgundy
  • Carly Black
  • Rachel Cool deep brown
  • Courtney Brown
  • Delilah Golden yellow
  • Ashley Sienna brown
  • Sarah Brick red brown
  • Amy Pink burgundy

Nicol Concilio PRO Eyeshadow Palette, $45.00 (Limited Edition)

This collaboration brings together beauty vlogger Nicol Concilio’s 20 most essential eyeshadow shades. It’s perfect for beginners and intermediate makeup artists alike. Whether your go-to look is a dramatic smoky eye or natural glam, this palette has everything you need.

  • NYC White shining purple
  • Zo-Zo White gold
  • Bruh Soft peach
  • Pizza Brick orange
  • Mars Orange
  • Hangry Natural rust
  • Blou Coral orange
  • Hey Girl Rich sienna
  • Chawwcolate Chocolate brown
  • Glorious Gold shifting pink
  • Nicol Lush gold brown
  • Sagittarius Soft copper
  • GiGi Brown with gold flecks
  • Palm Tree Bright tarnished gold
  • LA Vivid warm gold
  • Victoria Radiant warm yellow
  • Boop-Bop Rich mustard brown
  • Pingy Effervescent blue
  • Retrograde Smoky black

Violet Voss Palettes at Sephora
Violet Voss Palettes at Sephora

Violet Voss Palettes at Sephora
Violet Voss Palettes at Sephora

Violet Voss Palettes at Sephora
Violet Voss Palettes at Sephora

Violet Voss Palettes at Sephora
Violet Voss Palettes at Sephora

Violet Voss Palettes at Sephora
Violet Voss Palettes at Sephora

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Will you be reviewing/sneak peaking any of these? Taupe Notch looks pretty to me, but also probably completely unnecessary, unless the quality is stellar. I have no experience with the brand, only vague awareness from instahype.

Sorry, I don’t have any swatches of these! Right now, I’m trying to focus on finishing up any fall releases + limited edition holiday palettes!

Boy, how many orange-ish shadows does anyone need? Still waiting for the pendulum to swing back to cool tones. Sigh. Still, for those who love these colors, enjoy!

I have Holy Grail (HG), Matte About You, Ride or Die and I ordered the brand new Taupe Notch today. Obviously, I like VV palettes but I have to say I’ve been disappointed with the ones that were collaborations. Still, glad Sephora picked up VV going forward.

I have the pro palette which I picked up long ago.. last year. I don’t use it, find it overwhelmingly orange based.. even the browns and reds. It was a wasted purchase and one motivated by youtube. Fortunately, it was a learning experience and so not remotely tempted by similar stories UD heat, Natasha Denona sunset, etc.. Lesson I learned: I do better seeing actual swatches of eyeshadows over looking at photos of palettes. Palettes like ABH Renaissance. Coloured Raine Queen of Hearts have a better balance of shades and are more wearable for me.

I would love to see a review of Taupe Notch! I’ve never ordered from them because of their rep of being a private label brand made in China. Not the kind of brand I’d expect to see in Sephora, but I do know some people who enjoy their shadows so now that Sephora has picked them up, I’m curious!

Too big, too similar to stuff I already have. As I think about almost every new release lately, any of these look like a nice gift for someone with a small collection.

I only own one of the VV palettes, the Holy Grail palette. This was the infamous palette that turned me onto purchasing over-hyped, IG hyped products and unfortunately VV didn’t come out of it looking good to me. When the Holy Grail palette started hitting IG feeds I checked it out on V’s IG. Looked beautiful. Stayed up way too late trying to get it and was sold out when the time to go “live” came and went. They “produced” 13,000 palettes for first release. I am sure anyone who has purchased these types of hyped products knows the story. Several hyped restocks and then permanent status. The palette was my first of the warm toned palettes. The palette is pretty. The shadows were relatively unique at the time but the shadows themselves were very dusty with lots of fall out over the day. The formula for later releases may be better. I haven’t used it in awhile as I mostly reach for ABH Mod Ren when I want these shades. Like others, I am surprised about them coming to Sephora.

These all look very lovely but I am not familiar with the Violet Voss brand and I am going to wait on your swatches and review of these. I am really just not having any luck with the Holiday palettes this year, nothing has grabbed me so far except for the look of these. I just returned the ABH Prism Palette because when I finally received it, it was just so-so in person wasn’t totally wowing me.

Between Modern Renaissance, Sweet Peach, Shade & Light, Tartelette, and various other palettes and singles I own, I have these types of shades more than covered. I hope the warm-toned palette trend cools down soon.

Honestly? I’m not even sure how I feel about this. Like; who even is Violet Voss? I know who Huda is, same with Natasha Denona, Anastasia, etc. I’ve heard the name Violet Voss before, but not the person behind the brand. Also haven’t heard all positive opinions about the quality. So it would be very interesting if once this insane holiday season is over with, you were to review one of these palettes.

I will have to check out Taupe Notch! I have the HG, Drenched Metal, Laura Lee and Nicol Concilio palettes already and I really like them. They do tend to lean quite heavy on the orange based mid tone transition shades, but overall I find each palette to be well thought out and useable.

I don’t understand the “private label” and “made in China” disdain – I started watching one fairly popular YouTube review and honestly, had to ditch it halfway through because it was a b****chy, rambling, self absorbed opinion that was heavy on feelings and light on actual facts and helpful info, but that’s why they call them influencers I guess…

They’re good. I like them better than MAC, ABH and UD at any rate.

I’m curious if the hg palette is comparable to Natasha denona’s sunset palette? Shade wise as well as quality? I’m hoping to save money if possible

Lots and lots of very warm tones here – plenty of oranges, pinks, reddish shades. Quite a few of these palettes look fairly similar to me, except for the finish.
Like Susan above, I await for some more cooler toned palettes.

So…I’m having a brain fart moment over here, lol. Seriously though, is the issue with China animal testing or shady cosmetic ingredients? I really try to make an effort to buy cruelty free when I can/am aware of it. I am not at all familiar with this brand. I’ve heard the name Violet Voss but haven’t come across any feedback that I’d trust. Well now since Sephora carries the line, at least we can scan the reviews on their site/swatch in person at the store. Christine, I am in AWE of all of the products/palettes you’ve swatched/reviewed. I don’t know how you do it. You my friend are amazing:-)

A brand can manufacture in China without testing on animals – it is selling in China that the Chinese government may conduct animal testing for products sold in China!

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