Viseart Seamless Eye Primer & Setting Powder Now Available

Viseart Seamless Eye Primer & Setting Powder
Viseart Seamless Eye Primer & Setting Powder

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From beginning to end, Viseart takes makeup confidence to a new level for a seamless blend of art. Introducing the new duo designed to ensure makeup longevity and comfort.

Now online

Seamless Eye Primer, $24.00 (New, Permanent)

From day to play, this unique formula ensures color true, crease-proof eye makeup around the clock. This colorless and weightless shadow primer creates a barrier on eye lids and evens skin texture for a smooth canvas. Ideal for sensitive eyes and all skin tones. Smudge-proof and water-resistant.

Seamless Setting Powder, $35.00 (New, Permanent)

This ultra-fine, color-less, setting powder is created with a natural cellulose base designed to help absorb excess oil & blur fine lines. Offering a soft focus, natural matte finish, this weightless setting powder is ideal for all skin tones and skin types.

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I am curious! I will be trying the primer for sure as I never found one actually doing something.

I currently use a matte cream shadow to act as a primer but I need to change colour depending on what look I am going for. I wouldn’t mind to have one product only!

Just yesterday I used my Viseart Warm Mattes palette — it had been awhile — and was reminded how nice those shadows are to work with. I am interested in this primer; will give it a try after I use up my current one.

I plan to try the primer but debating the powder. I have MUFE hi def clear powder and Laira Mercier translucent powder. Both loose. I wonder if either or both (not together) would be the same.

The mufe HD powder is made with silica. You can get flashback if you apply to much. I don’t know about the Laura Mercier.

I have a lot of loose powder to get through so I won’t rush to buy this one yet. It takes forever to use up setting powder when you are not oily lol.

I’m always on the hunt for a good under eye setting powder. Most look too yellow or white on me. Maybe this one is my holy grail, lol

Have you looked into Ben Nye? They have several “pigmented” shades available, other than Banana or Translucent, and it’s fairly inexpensive (and will last ages!). If not Ben Nye, other “theatrical” brands may have options, as well.

Iā€™m interested for sure. I thought primer was supposed to be tacky for the eye shadow to stick too?

Iā€™m interested in anything Viseart.

Usually MUA’s set the primer so it doesn’t become a struggle to blend the eyeshadow. From what I understood, the primer is more there to make a barrier and smooth the skin.

I think it’s more preference, and what the individual needs are. If someone has oilier lids, and/or experiences creasing, then a smooth, non-sticky primer may be the best choice. However, for me, I *need* a sticky/tacky primer, as my lids at very dry, and no powdered eyeshadow adheres to them unless I use some type of base. Fortunately, I’m not prone to creasing (also due to my eye structure), so I can get by with a bit of foundation/concealer.

Yes! I love Viseart šŸ™‚ I am so glad they are expanding their beautiful products! I Will be ordering both of these… I think, unless maybe you will be doing a review šŸ˜‰

Wow!! Excited!! I’m allergic to most eye primers and the only one I can use on occasion is MAC’s. This Viseart one lacks the ingredient that makes me react so I’m definitely going to look into user experiences.

Definitely curious to hear more about their eyeshadow primer! I may use some slightly tacky ones for glittery shadows or ones that need a little help, but prefer a smoothing effect for my very hooded, oily lids.

I have faith that their eye primer will be good, at the very least. I hope it performs well with other formulas than just theirs, considering their eyeshadow formula is typically very easy to work with on its own. However, unless this powder is REALLY innovative and made out of something that’s like a FIRST in the industry, this is gonna be a huge pass for me. There is only .28 oz of product (compare to MUFE Ultra HD loose, .29 oz for $36 or Laura Mercier Translucent powder, 1 oz for $38) and this product has no claim to being geared toward HD or film applications, so can someone please explain the price point to me???

Edit: Upon further review of the ingredient list, I am BAFFLED as to why the price point is what it is. The first ingredient is Cellulose (I guess that’s cool? Seems a little gimmicky) followed immediately by Talc, one of the cheapest and most common ingredients in the business. Additionally, I don’t expect this product to perform consistently across every skin tone (despite its claims to working well on every skin tone and type) considering it’s basically another whitish powder. I hope it’s great but I won’t be trying it.

Ooh, I’m interested. I’ve been looking for a new setting powder and viseart has yet to disappoint me. I would have been interested in the primer too if I actually needed it with their eyeshadows.

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