Viseart Spritz Edit Palette for Summer 2020

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Viseart Spritz Edit Palette for Summer 2020
Viseart Spritz Edit Palette for Summer 2020
Viseart Spritz Edit Palette for Summer 2020
Viseart Spritz Edit Palette for Summer 2020
Viseart Spritz Edit Palette for Summer 2020
Viseart Spritz Edit Palette for Summer 2020
Viseart Spritz Edit Palette for Summer 2020
Viseart Spritz Edit Palette for Summer 2020
Viseart Spritz Edit Palette for Summer 2020

Release Date + About the Launch

An ode to glorious summertime moments with a crisp and delightful sunfilled Spritz! Virtually embracing with our friends, toasting to our united humanity. Clasp onto the feeling of bubbling possibility, reimagining a world where we can play together sketching in the sand. Hold fast to your summertime dreams of camaraderie and melting apricot sunsets with our balmy, fizzing selection of lively luminous shadows.

Drawing inspiration from the legendary Spritz cocktail, we’ve shaken, not stirred, a collection of 12 gorgeously glowing shades. Cheers to you for collectively continuing to inspire us with your passion, hope, and sparkling pursuit of creative positivity. Santé!

Now online, 4/15 at Beautylish

Products in the Launch

Spritz Eyeshadow Palette, $39.00

  • Ciambella Sandy taupe with a matte finish
  • Prosecco Warm prosecco with a shimmer finish
  • Tarocco Peach beige with a matte finish
  • Brioche Warm brown with a matte finish
  • Limoncello Antiqued gold with a shimmer finish
  • Spritz Sunkissed candied apricot with a shimmer finish
  • Fizz Golden nude with a metallic finish
  • Arancia Goldfinch with a shimmer finish
  • Balmy Copper with a shimmer finish
  • Scala Bronzed caramel with a shimmer finish
  • Granita Sheer grenadine with a matte finish
  • Figura Sun-ripened raspberry with a matte finish


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Jen Avatar

I hope this gets a good review from you, as I’ve really been loving oranges lately. This palette is just lacking a bit of balance with the 7:5 shimmer to matte ratio. Even swapping some of the shimmers for satin or pearl finishes would have made me happier about it. Plus, the size of these palettes are so perfect for daily use and travelling.

Melissa Avatar

This is giving me Apricotine vibes, but I have and think I prefer that one because there are less overlapping shades. I’ve learned that 6-8 is a good number of shades in a palette for me. Any more and I find shades that are too similar to each other, or get overwhelmed by the choices.

kjh Avatar

I thought of both Y, P and Apricotine. Y, P is really a straightforward and blunt palette. It announces itself, and is totally WYSIWIG. Apricotine seems far subtler, a bit less varied, more ‘curated’ than this one. Y, P is for an outdoor concert (if anyone can ever go to one again…) whereas the Vs are for a dejeuner sur l’herbe. Although the color family is grossly the same, I think people with Y, P could get this one without hella overlap. People with Apricotine might want to think twice.

Gilad Avatar

Love the shimmer and this slightly softer take on orange. Even better w/ a few more true apricots & peaches (swap out for yet another bronze. copper and the now ubiquitous, unflattering red), but it’s close to what I’ve been holding out for for my first Viseart palette. Fingers crossed for an A rating!

Francesca Avatar

But not all the shades are named as cocktail, the most are not . Tarocco and arancia are orange names. Ciambella, granita and brioches are various kind of dessert. For what I know, only spritz it’s a real cocktail, limoncello is a liquor, prosecco a kind of wine. I’ve never heard about scala or figura as cocktail names… The palette itself to me seems nice, but nothing new or innovative. It can be duped with dozen of palette of the last 2-3 years. I’m still waiting for a Viseart’s colourstory that screams my name.

Alison Avatar

What I’m seeing is a lot of evocative names that attract coop-ed up people longing for the hoped for (though possibly not coming) release from isolation in summer– to colors we’ve basically seen thousand times over. I would be very surprised if those who can wear these colors are not already well-supplied, unless they are newer to makeup. I mean who doesn’t want a summery day and prosecca to drown our sorrows? Genius marketing word smithing.

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