Viseart Rosé Edit & Warm Edit Palettes | Swatches


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

Viseart Edit Collection features two palettes that are “edits” using new and previously released shades.  The Rosé Edit includes seven new shades: Peony, Wisteria, Rosette, Rose, Blossom, Truffle, and Splendor (though I’ve also marked Peche as “new” as it differed from the single).  The Warm Edit includes four new shades: Honoree (confirmed to be “slightly” different than Honoree from the Golden Hour palette), Bronzed Peach, Nude Caramel, and Moonstone. Both palettes are permanent, retail for $39, and launch exclusively at Beautylish later this morning at 10AM PST.

P.S. — We’re going to try to figure out a way to deal with duplicate/triplicate images… due some of these shades being released just last week as individual pans AND within the palettes (they normally display by recency, so the same shade released in two iterations in a week breaks the system!). As it is the weekend and not a site-killing problem (aka do not bother my brother-in-law when he’s off!), I hope to have it addressed on Monday.

Viseart Edit Collection

Rosé Edit

Viseart Edit Collection

Warm Edit

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I really do wish that the Rosé palette had had a more plummy feel to it instead of basically brown and pink. That lone purple shade is far lighter than I was expecting, too.

As for Warm Edit, I have CP Yes, Please. Probably close enough for a smaller palette that I would bring for travel.

I think I will just try to reserve my full judgement until after you review them.

I am a little disappointed in the Rose Edit Palette, I was hoping for some more unique shades. I have the warmer palette duped a thousand times over, as I am sure most of us do. I hope they review well for others and they look like the swatch pretty well but, I will be passing.

Thank you for getting these up so quickly Christine. If I were a Rose/purple lover, this palette would be disappointing for me as it doesn’t seem to contain the kind of shades that I would be hoping for -more rose gold shades, purples and mauve colours. In many respects it looks fairly similar to the Warm Edit – which is far too warm for me and has too many oranges and pinks for my liking.

I LOVE the Rose palette! I have a ton of workhorse palettes already but this is just so feminine and beautiful. It looks like a great professional workhorse palette for soft looks. I bought the Petit Aprocotine palette, so the Warm edit seems redundant for me… but the Rose is one I need. Hopefully it will eventually launch at Sephora!

The “ballet” color Looks so pretty! It was the kind of color I was looking for but never got in the cool mattes 2 palette (which I had such high hopes for but hated. Even the Browns didn’t blend right for me)

Peche, Rose and Peony look amazing too but I wish they had singles for these four colors…

I just got Apricotine Petit Pro on Sephora so I don’t *need* another palette but I just really love those four and am trying to justify to buy the palette for them.

Good to see the swatches. Thank you, Christine. And today just happens to be the day that I went through my stash and brought out the Spring palettes, and did a look with PMG Vie en Rose. That palette has so many other looks in it. Whereas Ballet, Wisteria and Rosette being my favorite shades from the Rose Edit are not sufficiently compelling to draw me to purchase a Rose palette with a preponderance of browns and warm shades. I passed on Liaison because– too many browns. On IG Viseart fans were begging the brand NOT to ruin any possible future green palette with too many browns. Most people who wear a lot of browns already have a lot of browns.

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