Viseart Coy Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2019

01/01

Viseart Coy Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2019
Viseart Coy Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2019
Viseart Coy Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2019

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The latest VISEART Pro Palette of 12 shimmering shades was inspired by brightly colored prismatic hues seen through water. Designed in the luxurious, crystalline satin shadow formula and encased in the iconic SlimPro magnetic compact, Coy features a glistening watercolor finish that builds from sheer to full coverage. This palette is ideal for creating everything from demure looks to artistic effects. This palette of shimmering hues includes luminous corals, golds, purples and lilacs, to phosphorescent blues, greens, lavender & silver.

January 1st

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Coy Eyeshadow Palette, $$80.00 (Limited Edition)

Twelve glistening shades inspired by the brightly colored hues of ornamental Japanese Koi fish. Designed to evoke the prismatic vibrancy of color through water, Coy features luxurious watercolor finishes in Viseart’s proprietary crystalline powder formula. Inspired by the symbolism of the revered fish, the palette celebrates the good fortune, prosperity, and tenacity of its wearer.

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I love the concept and the colour selection here. I also like how they’re clearly explaining that these shades are intended to be buildable. I feel like I have a good idea what to expect when I almoat inevitably buy it.

Really interesting colors! I am not sure if I would wear them or not. I mean, I did break out that pastel palette Sephora did when Rose Quartz and that pale blue were the Pantone colors of the year, and I was surprised to find that I did actually enjoy a subtle wash of pastel for a day-to-day eye look. Just not sure I would spend Viseart prices for something I’d only break out occasionally, y’know? Will definitely be interested to see your review, and how other people put it to use.

I like this colour scheme, but I wish they’d arranged the pans differently – weird, as Viseart is usually great at that! Maybe they’re going for a more “random” look, but I like a more cohesive appearance.

I agree with you – I am not a fan of the random arrangement of shades – I think it is more visually pleasing when the colours are grouped together so you can easily see the progression of colour.

‘Iconic slimpro magnetic palette?’ Can’t you rearrange these? People say the pans pop out unexpectedly. I haven’t done a V since CM 2, and I actually like pastels. But, this doesn’t look pastel to me, just light. not white based like Lorac brunch, kvd p. Goth, or the Strobe palette. Koi. Fresh water. Good inspo. Wish I could see it irl, bec I don’t like the frosty top row of Paris nudes, and i’m afraid this would pull that way.

I agree. I like to see the shades grouped cohesively. The biggest offender I own is KVD Saint & Sinner, which looks artistically pretty, but is almost impossible to use…and I wish I hadn’t bought it (for more than that reason).

A very bright offering from Viseart and I hope these are worthy of the brand. I like the inclusion of a variety of shades, especially greens, but sadly only one bluish shade.

Viseart why you do me like that ? After my holiday spending?

Think this may go great with my ‘ribbons palette but regardless I love it.

Would prefer to get it with one of the Muse 20% off sales tho..

Ooooh! The one thing that is missing from my collection is a good pastel eye palette. But at $80… probably not this one. 🙁 Any other suggestions?

As I had already stated on Viseart’s IG page, if this one reviews well, it will likely be one of only a few color cosmetics I buy during 2019. Like literally. Only ONE e/s palette.

Wow. I’m on a low-buy, Since the hauling of the last season which prompted it, I have been pretty good about talking myself out of anything. But these are the colors I wear regularly– all the greens and purples. Although I almost never wear orange on my eyes I do wear it as blush and lip shades. I’m not sure if the oranges are wearable as blush or highlighter. And I am also a little confused about the formula. Is what looks vibrant in the pan going to be a pale wash on the eye? In looking at reviews of Pro-2 (which I don’t have) people are also recommending glitter glue although the Muse website says that you can use an eye primer. I wonder if my UD eye primer would hold this. If so, it might work as I do a lot of bright pastel looks as it is.

Wow very spring! I love the colors and that they’re shimmer shades. Shimmery light colors are a lot easier to wear than matte light shades.

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