Viseart Dark Edit Eyeshadow Palette Swatches

01/08

Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Dark Edit Edit Eyeshadow Palette

Viseart Dark Edit Eyeshadow Palette ($39.00 for 0.42 oz.) is the newest addition to the Edit series of palettes. It features a mix of shades from the following palettes: Dark Mattes, Grande Pro Vol. 2, Absinthe, Soleil, and Siren. I’m still waiting to hear back from the brand on which shades are from which palette, but I’ve tried to line-up the shades as best I could based on the original palettes, and the only shade I didn’t feel lined up with those four palettes was Foret, which is greener than Dark Matte #10 and bluer than the deepest shade in Absinthe. I noticed that the actual pans in the Dark Edit palette appear much richer/darker compared to the pans in my Dark Mattes palette, despite the swatches being quite close.

Also worth noting, when I opened up the flap of the palette, there’s a small sticker that says “Professional Pigment Palette,” instead of “Eye Shadow Palette,” which is what it says on the box it came in. The ingredient list says that shades may contain Red No. 28 and Red No. 34, which are both color additives that are often found in “Pigment”-marketed products and are not approved for usage on the immediate eye area by FDA (but are permitted in the EU via CosIng). I will try to get more clarity on the specific shades actually fall under that criteria (my best guess is Lavender and possibly a couple of others).

Viseart Dark Edit Eyeshadow Palette

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Excuse my ignorance but are some of these shades existing in other Viseart palettes? Or do you mean that you have dupes for those first 5 shades?

No worries at all! Viseart has a 12 pan palette called Dark Mattes. About half of that palette makes up this new palette they’re releasing. So it’s kind of like they’re relaunching the Dark Mattes palette but with some shimmers added to it.

When did Viseart start making all their palettes in the USA? Not sure how I missed it, but just noticed it on this palette so went back to check others thinking maybe it was just the consumer-friendly palettes, but even Mileu is made in USA, makes me wonder if the newer original 12 pan palettes are also made in USA instead of poured in France. Other than pondering this question, this palette is very pretty, am tempted even though I have so many palettes the idea that I need another is laughable. 😀

Nicole, I think Anastasia mentioned that a long time ago that they still make the palettes in France but they sticker and box it in California that’s why they have to say it’s made in the USA. That what I can recall but I’m sure if you send them a message they will tell you.

Christine you know there is always spam imbedded into your pictures right? The other day it was on the pic of your face. When I first started reading your blog it was a lot worse then seemed better now it’s back. Usually says your iPhone is infected with a virus.

I used to get this on my phone when viewing Temptalia as well, that’s why I stopped using my phone to browse this site (it’s always done on my laptop now). It would completely hijack my phone browser, and I’d have to restart my phone to get rid of it. This is the only site where I’ve had that happen to me (though I never did a lot of online browsing with my phone). It was the same message (phone virus), but I don’t think it was “attached” to any photos — it would just pop up when randomly (as far as I could tell) while I was browsing Temptalia.

Hey Alecto,

If you happen to be on your phone and see it happen again, please send me a screen shot to christine[at]temptalia.com and any details you might have (device, browser, geo/region, etc.). They are hard to stop (they are ads that get through networks’ checks and balances–they’re not allowed–and are difficult to pinpoint without a developer troubleshooting that specific instance in real time on their own device!), but if there is an actual influx, it is really good for me to know so I can make sure to touch base with all partners and see if we can increase pricing to mitigate potential bad buyers of inventory (it is not something we could do long-term, but in the past, there might be a couple of weeks of a higher than normal % of “bad ads” and then it’s fine for months). It’s hard to replicate on my end (I’ve only seen a handful in the last nine months on my phone) so we use user reports to help guide us and give insight on how prevalent the problem is!

I actually got this too when I tried to browse on my phone this weekend. If it happens again, I’ll try to send a screenshot. Happens periodically with my iPad too.

No problem! If you can’t get a screen shot, drop me an email at christine[at]temptalia.com – knowing what device, browser, and geo/region can help me pinpoint if there’s anything I can do on my end (other than pass on the complaint to the ad networks!).

I am kind of loving this although heaven knows I don’t need it. It is one to keep my eye on. I was going back and forth between this one and the ABH Norvina Pro palette not because they are comparable but just since I like the looks of both. I was sort of leaning towards ABH and then saw Tara’s video last night and it gave me pause since the shadows are made in PRC, which isn’t a deal breaker but since they are all marked not safe for eye area, I wouldn’t be comfortable wearing them all the time. Being devils advocate here, when do I wear any e/s palette all the time!! Tara mentioned that she felt the ABH palette was a little over priced considering it was made in PRC but with the trade war, who knows!! The ABH palette has 20 shades versus the Viseart with 12. The other thing is that since “Subculture” the ABH palettes have been a little bit hit and miss and in general, the shadows are very powdery and prone to some fall out. Viseart shadow’s don’t have those issues. Have to do some serious thinking on it.

I’m annoyed that I didn’t notice the “pigment” listing before ordering. Thank you for sharing that information, Christine.
I don’t have a lot of rich, Fall-ish colors in my collection and thought the smaller size would be a cost effective & convenient way of adding a few. I’m not 100% happy with the way some of the colors swatched and will watch for your review.

This is so beautiful! I ordered it first thing this morning. I hope Lavender is one of those shades that blends out better on the eye than it looks in the swatch. Do I need the top row of neutrals? No…but they are Viseart. I actually don’t have a lot of taupes like Toffee.

Anybody else getting slight vibes of Sydney Grace’s Autumn’s Reign palette? Not a shade-for-shade dupe, of course, but a very similar vibe.

It is a really vibrant eyeshadow palette and used in conjunction with other palettes for lighter or transition shades, this one could be quite a valuable set. The colours do look rich and well pigmented from the swatches.

Very tempting little nugget! I may just have to have it, as I can see using it as a more interesting travel palette and also as a richer autumnal eyeshadow palette. I look forward to your review of this one!

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