Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Eyeshadow Palette Swatches

01/19

Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Palette | Look Details
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Palette | Look Details
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Palette | Look Details
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Palette | Look Details
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Palette | Look Details
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2.) Palette | Look Details
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2.) Palette | Look Details
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2.) Palette | Look Details
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette
Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Grande Pro Palette

Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) Eyeshadow Palette ($175.00 for 2.12 oz.) is a new, limited edition palette featuring all shimmer shades from the brand. Every shade is new, and each column represents a different finish (all of them new), which are listed below with descriptions provided by Muse Beauty:

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This looks like a great palette and true to what they have been marketing it as on social media, which is a pro-focused palette meant to be used in conjunction with their other shadows. I think the swatches showed up how I expected them too, and I think the looks that you created are fun and nice. It’s a bit out of my price point, but if I could buy it, I would–the combination of colours is lovely!

holy glitter fixative, batman! Your looks are beyond stunning, but this does seem to be a pro palette, and not for us mere mortals. There’s something about being easily able to see the shape of the glitter particles that’s a little discomfiting. I like that there were clear descriptions of finish/use, and that they were laid out that way in columns. The conception is on the mark; the usability is not so much so for the average-skills consumer. This also says stage…club-bing…dancing with the stars, not day job…night job…dog walking, at least to me.

Hilarious! I needed a laugh, Robin! And I have cats, and mine don’t walk on a leash, clubbing days are “over”, and I’m planning on doing makeup for seniors (in homes), so hmmmm, don’t thinks glitter is much needed. (Though I know I’ll have a few that would like a little bit, but I can cover them for less than 175$ worth of glitter and sparkle). Perhaps it’s a pro palette for You Tubers and those doing runway shows perhaps???

I am the happy owner of this palette. They included the Esum mixing medium which is what I use to apply this. It makes the color really pop and keeps it from falling all over the place. It goes quiet nicely with their matte palette.

By including shades that would appeal to both warm and cool toned customers, the brand has created a palette that would actually not work for either – too many shades would not be used at all. It would have been better to split the palette in half and offer two separate palettes – one warm toned, one cool toned.
Apart from that, the use of glitter is deal breaker for most – the glittery shades look terrible and no-one wants glitter in their eyes.

You know, you’re right. I had to go back and look at it overall again and that’s probably why it seems drab (muted) to me. Overall it feels very cool and even colors that can be warm appear cooler to me. But perhaps it was meant to be?

I was going to say this — there’s a lot of “has to be warm” or “has to be cool” sentiment out there, but the best palettes are a mixture of both. Colors which are meant to be the icing on the cake in a look can be any shade; ultimately, if wearing a flattering look is what you’re going for, really only the transition and browbone colors need to be cool or warm apropos of your undertone.

Why are companies still making these chunky glitter shades when there are so many easier options now if you want a glittery look? I will never understand shades like this. I would rather lay down a shadow color and then use a glitter topper like Stila.

Merely looking at those 6 uber chunky glitter shades is actually making my eyes water! That’s some painful fallout, if I’ve ever seen it. I can deal with microglitter as is found in UD Moondust or Fenty Galaxy Palette, but this is a whole nuther level. Too much trouble to get enough use from it, too. Pass.

Easy pass for me. I just can’t justify the price…and I’m also not a fan of glitter. However, if #20 were sold individually, I’d buy it in a heartbeat.

I am a glitter fanatic and I think this is stunning! If I had tons of money, if buy it for sure. Until then I will comfort myself with my N.D. Sunset, Star and Tropic pallets, the mattes and the shimmers there give me life! Imagine though, how fun it would be to have a shimmer/glitter for every holiday and season?
Sigh, this pallet would do the trick…
2 thumbs up from this lady 🙂

I want this but those glitter shades do not look good. I wish they had made those shades more like the Natasha Denona Chroma Crystals or even the Tom Ford glitter shadows. Looking forward to your official review!

I am puzzled by the rows #2 and #6 where it seems the glitters chunks are fairly big or with little base pigment… It makes it very had to use those shades as topper as there is either nothing translating on the skin of used tried… Or opaque using a medium. How do you user them as a “topper” then?

I can’t picture myself not using 1/3 of the palette at this price point. A shame because I loved the color selection and concept. I just wish the glittery shades had finer glitter such as in Pat McGrath palettes

This is really pretty and I kinda love that you get to play with different finishes. So unique and would challenge me to get creative. It’s either this beauty or the new Gold palette by Natasha Denona! I’ll wait for the review before I invest in either.

The first saved live streams on either Viseart’s or Muse Beauty Pro’s IG page gives an incredible amount of info on this palette, tells how to use it properly and shows the difference in how each shade swatches dry and with the mixing medium. The mixing medium transforms each shade into almost liquid metal. It’s amazing to watch! The second saved live stream that’s hosted by Stephanie Nicole shows a few different Pro MUA using it but I would definitely watch the first one with just Anastasia, the Viseart founder, and Alphonse, the Muse Beauty founder.

Do pros want so many different formulas in one large palette? To a non-pro, it seems unnecessarily complicated. I appreciate that they’re trying something new but … I dunno.

Depends on what type of work the MUA does. This is a very specialized palette that wasn’t created for basic neutral looks but it can absolutely take them to the next level.

Your looks are gorgeous and I am so glad I didn’t buy this. I cannot imagine what I would do with it if I had. It’s pretty much 180 degrees from any look I would be wearing due to glitter and preponderance of more warm reds.. Nine reds and oranges! Jeez– can’t wait for this trend to be over.

I saved looking at this one for last, just to saveur the reviews, alas I’m not happy. I read their explanations of the use of them, but it doesn’t convince me I’ll need this palette. And the colors are looking dupable (I don’t see unique shift or base pigmentation). They just look, “Here I am, simple.” I’m so down. At the moment, nothing yet says, I’m really unique, buy me. So, I’ll wait some more. So far, only Viseart Libertine in awaiting purchase (and I’m truly trying to wait to have one delivery).

Not for me, as glitters and metallics don’t do me any favors, most of the glitters are pretty chunky and I can’t risk getting those under my contacts, and it’s a costly ticket item. This said, some of the colors are particularly lovely — like 9, 10, 15 would make lovely eyeliners. Also good, that it seems this indicates Viseart is continuing to keep its pro customer base in mind; IMO they’d been slipping while trying to favor the general consumer at expense of pro base.

This reminds me a little bit of the new Urban Decay palette (I think it’s called Elements? The round one). I can certainly see how a pro could find this palette useful. I am however slightly shocked at the price… Are there real gold flakes in this? Crushed diamonds?? I understand Viseart exists to make a profit but still, damn!

I watched both live streams Viseart and Muse Beauty did for this palette and these shadows can be used wet or dry but they will have the most impact wet. Muse is giving a free mixing medium to the first 1400 people who buy the palette and this mixing medium actually transforms the shades into an almost different foiled formula that when pressed onto the eye is just as intense as a standard metallic shadow. These are not pressed glitters without a base. The videos on both company’s IG pages give so much info. I personally think it’s a stunning, multifaceted palette with so many different uses. It’s definitely pricey but it’s worth it for those non MUA who loves to experiment with color and different textures.

I was conflicted about this because I do love shimmer and glitter, and I fully regretted not getting the one from last year (to this day). But, I gotta say this isn’t tempting me. I really like two or three shadows but thats it. I’m relieved in honesty.

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