We can’t go anywhere right now. Also, summer is quickly approaching. I wish I could go on a vacation! In fact, I’d love to go to Capri, Italy. Unfortunately, now that isn’t possible since we can’t go anywhere. Still, I’m happy with anything that reminds me of Capri. So, instead of being there, I can taste it. One thing my husband and I love to do in Capri, is have afternoon cocktails in the square. Even more, we love to drink our favorite cocktail, an Aperol Spritz. So, when I saw the Viseart Spritz Edit Eyeshadow Palette, all I could think about was drinking an Aperol Spritz , while watching the golden-orange Italian sunsets.
A Recipe For Aperol Spritz
First, you need Aperol. Aperol is a bright orange aperitif. Only Aperol will do. No Campari here. Next, you’ll need Prosecco, an Italian sparkling wine. Also, you will need either a splash of Sprite, or a splash of Club Soda. Our waiter in Capri told us they use Sprite! Either one is fine, as you’ll need fizzy dilution. Last, you need to garnish your Spritz with a fresh slice of orange.
First, fill a wine glass with ice. Next, add equal parts Aperol and Prosecco. Plus, add a dash of Sprite or Club Soda. Last, Garnish with an orange slice.
Aperol Spritz is a refreshing, bubbly cocktail that’s not too sweet, like the new Viseart Spritz Edit Eyeshadow Palette
To begin, the Spritz Edit, warm-toned eyeshadows, has glowing coral and brown shades. And the shadows have matte and metallic finishes
Furthermore, like the Aperol Spritz, the Spritz palette “tastes” like summertime in Italy. Moreover, it “looks” like the golden orange sunsets over the Italian Riviera.
Viseart Spritz Edit Packaging
To begin with, Viseart Edit packaging is super cute. The bright orange palette has gold bubbles.
Therefore, it looks like an Aperol Spritz! Also, it includes everything you need in a palette, only in a mini version. for example, it has a mirror. For me, a mirror is really a must have in any palette.
Another reason this is a great palette is it’s convertible packaging is innovative. First of all, it folds out. Second, it has removable magnetic pans.
Also, there is a plastic cover so the shadows don’t fall out all over the place.
Therefore, the different powders won’t get mixed together. Even more, it does have a magnetic closure. So, it really is travel worthy. You don’t have to worry that it will open. So, I call this practical portability.
Viseart Spritz Edit Formula
The thing that sets Viseart apart from other brands is their formula is made in small batches. In this way, Viseart has enough control of the formula to make high pigment quality powder eyeshadows. Even more, the signature powder formula feels buttery. The triple-milled pigments blend easily. And, they have long-lasting , intense color payoff. Above all, you can use these shadows wet or dry.
Viseart Spritz Edit Shades
First, Ciambella, a cool beige shade, has a matte finish. For one thing, I would wear Ciambella as a base shade, all over the eye area. Even more, I’d wear Ciambella as a transition shade.
Second, Prosecco, a champagne shade, has a metallic finish. First, Prosecco looks great as a highlighter. Also, use it in the inner corners of your eyes.
Third, Tarocco, a warm taupe shade, has a matte finish. Another shade that would make a great base shade. Also, it would make a great transition shade.
Fourth, Brioche, a brown shade, has a matte finish. Brioche is a great crease shade. Also, use this shade to define the outer corners of your eyes.
Fifth, Limoncello, a cool gold shade, has a metallic finish. I’d love to do a gold eye look with this shade!
Sixth, a vibrant coral shade, has a metallic finish. I would use Spritz in the crease. Also, use this vibrant shade of coral on your eyelids.
Seventh, Fizz, a dark brown shade, has a metallic finish. First, use Fizz to define your eyes. Therefore, wear it in your crease, outer corners of your eyes, and to line your lower lash lines.
Furthermore, Arancia, a warm gold shade, has a metallic finish. You could wear Arancia on your eyelids. Also, take it up through the crease.
Even more, Balmy, a cool bronze shade, has a metallic finish. Balmy looks good as an eyelid shade. Also, it would make a good transition shade.
Next, Scala, a deep bronze shade, has a metallic finish. Use Scala to add definition to your eyes.
Then, Granita, a deep coral shade, has a matte finish. Use this shade in your crease. Also wear it on the outer corners of your eyes. Also, wear it on your eyelids.
Finally, Figura, a dark plum shade, has a matte finish. Use Figura to add definition to your eyes. Use it on the outer third of your eyelids. Also wear it in your crease. Line your lower lash lines with this dark plum matte shade.
Final Thoughts On The Viseart Spritz Edit Palette
I love how the Viseart Edit Palettes tell a story. For example, the story about the most Romantic City in the World, Paris, is told through ethereal, romantic shades in the Viseart Paris Edit. And, the story about golden-orange Italian Sunsets that taste like summertime in Italy and look like the refreshing, not too sweet, bubbly Spritz is captured in the Viseart Spritz Edit! The shades are cohesive. They follow the story. Use these shades wet or dry! And, make yourself an Aperol Spritz this summer! I hope you love it as much as I do! Drink one on a hot day, when you are ready for a bubbly , refreshing cocktail!
Let me know what you think about the Spritz Palette in the Comments below. I love hearing from you! Don’t be shy. It’s been lonely here during the pandemic!