Viseart Paris Edit Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2020

Viseart Paris Edit Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2020
Viseart Paris Edit Eyeshadow Palette for Spring 2020

Release Date + About the Launch

Bisous! A little love letter from our heart! Emanating from the soft ethereal light of the world’s most romantic city of love – our Paris Nudes Collection celebrates the gentle vitality of the magical city of Paris!

Introducing the Paris Nudes Collection from Viseart Paris. Artistic Director of Viseart Paris Anastasia V. Sparrow creates her tender love letter to Paris in the form of the Paris Edit palette and the Paris Lip Oil Gloss series, her gorgeously dreamy shadows and “just been kissed” lips make us swoon!

The collection draws inspiration from haute couture, Parisian sensibility, and the hues found in the iconic Paris Nudes palette, found on major motion film sets, red carpet events, and at fashion week across the globe. The Paris Nudes Collection is comprised of the Paris Edit palette, a romantic selection of twelve refined neutrals in matte, metallic, satin, and shimmer finishes, and four shades of universal oil glosses to ignite your lips with kissable grace.

January 31st, 7PM PT

Products in the Launch

Paris Edit Eyeshadow Palette, $39.00 (TBA)

  • Petale Light dusky pink (Matte)
  • Champs-Elysees White gold (Metallic)
  • Creme Brulee Medium camel brown (Matte)
  • Fleur Muted mauve (Matte)
  • Opera Pink (Metallic)
  • Beaux-Arts Light copper (Metallic)
  • Tulle Warm pink (Matte)
  • Cerise Black cherry with reflective particles (Semi-Matte)
  • St. Germain Smoky purple (Metallic)
  • Marais Copper brown (Metallic)
  • Pirouette Warm brown (Satin)
  • Tuileries Purple mauve (Satin)

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Seraphine Avatar

This is very pretty and is almost something I’d want, except I already have similar shades, and I’m not a big fan of Viseart’s shimmers. So easy pass for me.

One thing is interesting, though. Judging from this photo, the shades look a lot warmer on the box than they do in the pan.

Mags Avatar

Pretty indeed, but I’m honestly the most drawn to that beautiful bed of roses they used for the photo! The color selection looks very similar to that new Colourpop palette, and honestly for the price difference, I’ll probably go with the Colourpop one.

anafielle Avatar

FWIW, if you’re talking about Blush Crush…. I bought that 7 days ago and do not recommend it at all.

Also I really hope the color selection is not comparable in the slightest. The color selection in Blush Crush is barbie pink, sickly gross orange, and a few functional but boring pink shimmers. It really didn’t deliver on “pink nude” for me, I don’t find it neutral at all, and some of the shadows are just bad formulas. And Colourpop’s “bad” is like a few orders of magnitude more fail than Viseart’s “less good” ….

YMMV of course but I heavily advise you to swatch Blush Crush a ton in an Ulta and make sure you like it, before trigger pulling. I am super salty I threw $14 at the trash can last week, if I’d kept my wallet closed I’d have seen this release and spent those dollars so much more productively…

Mags Avatar

No, I was referring the newest (at this moment anyway, you never know with CP!) palette, UR A QT. It has more cooler tones in it than the Blush Crush does. Sorry to hear about your poor experiences! I agree, sometimes a cheaper price point does not always equate to a better value. I did purchase the UR A QT palette this weekend, and I do feel that the quality is there. So far, I’d compare it to how well CP Night Owl performs.

LeToya Avatar

I am so bummed LOL! This is SO pretty! Literally just made a Beautylish order for my birthday! I did snag new ND palette and the Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Intense lipstick and liner. Oh well, maybe next time 🙂

Johanna L Zamora Avatar

As I am trying to unload two Viseart…no Three Viseart palettes, I will pass on this.

Marc Jacobs Omega eyeshadows have spoiled me. Same with Sydney Grace.

Christina Avatar

This is pretty! I’m probably the only one who doesn’t love Viseart’s formula, but I’m willing to give it another shot for these colours. Yes, I probably have these shades a million times over, but I’m liking the colour style on this one and think it’d be great to take on trips and still allow me to have some colour that is not peachy or too warm, like most palettes are. I much prefer rose and lilac colours.

Lauren Avatar

This is very wearable… in a good and not boring way! I’m curious to see how these swatch/perform. The deepest brown (plum/red can’t tell) looks to have micro glitter in the palette which I absolutely do not like in palettes. In the picture on the box that shade, as well as others, look different than in the palette so this is probably one I’ll want to either wait to see if you review or swatch it in person.

Ivy Avatar

I’m not sure if these shades will work on my medium-tan skin tone, but considering all of the very warm-toned Valentine’s related releases I’m really loving this color scheme, mauves & browns have always been my favorite types of neutral palettes over the more reddish brown neutrals. It’s very muted, soft and feels pretty much right up my alley.

I’ve also never tried Viseart, so this might be a fun way to test them out without having to splurge. I probably should wait for swatches but I am definitely intrigued,

Lesley Avatar

To be honest, I wish Viseart would come out with some new large 12 pan palettes for once. I like the high-shine metallics Viseart is putting into newer releases, and wish she would do a full palette with those finishes only. I also feel like a 12 pan palette full of the more muted pink/purple/mauve tones is missing from the Viseart collection.

Blanca Avatar

Wow, this is the first palette I’ve been interested in since I missed out on Divine Rose. Looks like I could use basically all the shades, and at a nice price point. Is this going to be exclusive to Beautylish (meaning I would unfortunately miss it) or could I expect to see it in Sephora at some point?

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