What do you look for in an eyeshadow palette? For one thing, I’m always on the look out for new color stories. For example, I don’t want to walk into Sephora and see every brand has the same palette. Did that ever happen to you? For example, at one time, all the palettes were sunset shades. Then, there was the nude craze. Let’s not forget the Rose Gold frenzy. So, when I find a color story that is different, I do the happy dance! As a result, when I saw the Viseart Dark Edit Eyeshadow Palette, I grabbed it. Viseart, a French Brand, is created by makeup artists. Moreover, Viseart uses modern technology to harness the best natural and organic ingredients. Furthermore, there are rich pigments and deep, shades in the Viseart Dark Edit Eyeshadow Palette.
Above all, the palette is the perfect color-story for fall, and winter. Best of all, the Dark Edit Color-story is different from all the other palettes out there. In fact, inspiration for the Dark Edit Palette came from baroque decor and luxurious velvets.
Even more, Viseart made the palette travel friendly. In fact, they went above and beyond with this palette. The Dark Edit Palette converts to an easel. After all, makeup artists created it!
The Viseart Dark Edit Eyeshadow Palette Packaging
To begin with, The Dark Edit Palette is mini-sized. Therefore, it is a portable, travel size version of Viseart’s full-sized 12 pan palettes. So far, there are three Edit Palettes. The other two Edit Palettes are the Rose Edit and the Warm Edit
Turn The Viseart Dark Edit Eyeshadow Palette Into An Easel
First of all, I am in love with the convertible design of the Dark Edit Palette. To begin, the palette reminds me of a man’s wallet. To explain, the palette folds open into three part, the eyeshadows, the mirror, and the cover of the palette. Next, the palette folds up into an easel.
To start, look for the ribbon tab on the Dark Edit Palette. Next, pull on the tab. Then, the top of the palette opens into the top of the envelope. Moreover, there is a magnet in the envelope that keeps the palette secure.
Then, pull the palette open. It will unfold to the inside of the palette.
On one side the palette has a mirror. On the other side, the palette has twelve eyeshadows.
Over the twelve shadows is a sturdy plastic
Furthermore, the plastic cover goes on top of the shadows like a lid goes on a box. The lid, protect the shadows, and keep the powders from kicking up.,
So, if you want to make an easel, pull the ribbon tab away from the inside of the palette. First, the top of the envelope will bend under the palette. And, the palette will fold up into an easel! Brilliant!
Customize Your Own Viseart Collection
Another thing you can do with this palette is customize your own shades. The reason is, the palette has 12 removable magnetic pans. As a result, you can pop eyeshadows out, and put in shades from the other Viseart Edit Palettes. There are divets in the frame, so it is easy to pop a shadow out. Even more, there are three Viseart Petit Pro Palettes, that have the same size, magnetized shadows as the Edit Palettes. So, you have a lot of choices if you choose to customize your own Viseart Collection.
The Viseart Dark Edit Eyeshadow Palette Formula
Let’s start with the formula. Viseart’s signature formula, triple-milled pigments, create intense, long-lasting color. Furthermore,, the shadows give a bold color pay-off. Also, they feel buttery. As a result, ,they are easy to blend. Moreover, The matte shades feel soft, and blend easily. They have very little fallout. Also, the shimmers and metallic shades are reflective.
The Shades In The Viseart Dark Edit Eyeshadow Palette
First, Toffee, a taupe shade, has a matte finish. To start, you can wear Toffee as a base color. Therefore, put it all over the eye lids. Also, use Toffee in your crease.
Next, Sienna, a muted burgundy shade, has a matte finish. First, I love Sienna on the outer part of the crease. Also, wear Sienna in the outer corners of your eyes. Also, use Sienna to line your lower lash lines.
Also, Sepia, a caramelized brick shade, has a matte finish. I love Sienna in your crease. Also, wear this caramelized brick shade on your lower lash lines. Also, bring the line up to the outer corners of your eyes.
Finally, Persimmon, an orange shade, has a matte finish. Again, persimmon looks great in your crease. Or, accent above the crease, on the outer third of your eye. And, wear this orange shade to line your lower lash lines. Also, you can wear it on the outer part of your eyelids.
To start, Olive,, an olive green shade, has a matte finish. This shade of olive looks great on your eyelids. Also, Also, you can wear it in your crease.
Second, Beaujolais, a muted plum shade, has a matte finish. I love Beaujolais in your crease. Also, I love it in the outer corners of your eyes. Also, line your lower lash lines with this muted plum shade.
Third, Lavender, an electric violet shade, has a matte finish. First, wear Lavender on your eyelids. Also, I love this shade on the outer corners of your eyes. Use this electric violet shade in your crease. Add Lavender to your lower lash lines.
Last, Foret, a peacock navy shade, has a matte finish. For one thing, use Foret to line your lower lash lines. Wear it on the outer corners of your eyes. Also, wear this peacock navy on the outer third of your eyelids.
To begin, Absinthe , an emerald green shade, has a shimmery finish. I love emerald green all over your eyelids. Also, use it in the outer corners of your eyes, Furthermore, wear it in your crease.
Next, Calypso, an iced orchid shade, has a metallic finish. Love this shade in the center of your eyelids. It will really make your eyes pop! Also, I would be daring, and wear Calypso all over my lids. And, I would wear this iced orchid shade, on the outer side of my eyes, above the crease. Even more, wear Calypso in the inner corners of your eyes.
Moreover, Burnished, a copper terracotta shade, has a metallic finish. Another fun color, I would use this in the center of the eyelid, to make your eyes really pop. Also, wear Burnished all over your lids. Also, use this copper terracotta shade in your crease. And, wear Burnished to line your lower lash lines.
Last, Bullion, a gold lacquer shade, has a metallic finish. First, wear Bullion in the center of your eye lids to make your eyes pop. Also, wear this gold lacquer on the inner corners of your eyes. Even more, wear Bullion all over your eye lids. And, put it in your crease. Finally, wear gold to line your lower lash lines.
Viseart Dark Edit Eyeshadow Palette Last But Not Least……
To begin with, the timing couldn’t have been better! This palette was curated for fall and winter! Furthermore, all of the shades work together. It is a mini palette. However, don’t be fooled by its size. Dark Edit packs a big punch.
And, if you are thinking that the pan size might be too small, I did too. Then, I played with the palette. And, I discovered that the pan size is manageable. Last, if you travel, this is the palette to take. It is so portable. And, I love the unique design of the palette. It turns into an easel! Finally, you can customize this palette, and put in shades you want to wear. And, take out shades you don’t want to wear! I think Dark Edit is really well done!
And, we are getting closer and closer to gift giving season. So, if you have a traveler you need to buy a gift for, who wouldn’t love this palette!!!! Anywhooo, I love reading your comments. And, if you don’t want to comment, just stop by to say hi!