Get the soft ethereal light of the world’s most romantic city with Viseart Paris EDIT Eye Shadow Palette. Drawing inspiration from haute couture and Parisian sensibility, the palette features a romantic selection of twelve refined neutrals in matte, metallic, satin, and shimmer finishes. Celebrate the gentle vitality of Paris with these gorgeously dreamy shadows in Viseart’s signature powder formula featuring a buttery feel, superior blendability, and triple-milled pigments for intense, long-lasting color payoff.
Apply shadows wet or dry with an eye shadow brush or your finger.
Shades 1 (Pétale), 4 (Fleur), 7 (Tulle): Talc, Mica, Ocyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Zinc Stearate.
Shade 2 (Champs-Elysées): Mica, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Talc, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Zinc Stearate, Silica.
Shades 3 (Crème Brûlée), 9 (St, Germain), 12 (Tuileries): Mica, Talc, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Zinc Stearate.
Shade 5 (Opera): Mica, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Talc, Zinc Stearate, Silica.
Shade 6 (Beaux-Arts): Mica, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Talc, Zinc Stearate, Silica. Shade 8 (Cerise): Talc, Mica, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Zinc Stearate. Shade 10 (Marais): Mica, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Talc, Zinc Stearate, Alumina.
Shade 11 (Pirouette) : Mica, Talc, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Zinc Stearate, Silica. (May Contain +/- : Titanium Dioxide CI 77891, Iron Oxides CI 77491/77492/77499, Ferric Ferrocyanide CI 77510, Ultramarines Blue CI 77007, Synthetic Flurophlogopite, Manganeze Violet CI 77742, Tin Oxide CI 77861, Carmine CI 75470, Black 2 CI 77266, Yellow 5 Lake CI 19140, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate.)
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This is a very romantic color story. All shades perform very well - mattes blend effortlessly, metallics go on well with a dry brush. Champs-Elysees is more of a dry topper shade that works well as browbone highlight, all other metallics and satins are smooth and buttery.
This palette can do soft smokey as well as office friendly, so to me it's an everyday hero. :)
I was looking for the perfect Rosy Pinkish Purple palette for Valentine's day that didn't look like Drag Makeup you often find on Youtube. I was torn between this, the Charlotte Tilbury Large Pillow Talk Palette and the Natasha Denona Love Palette. I'm so happy I bought this one and the CT Large Pillow Talk palette instead. I create the most beautiful romantic pinkish purple that I gasped with how it looked. Just perfect and I'm so giddy and excited to wear it for my husband. Everything blends like a dream. You just can't go wrong with Viseart.
I've been eyeing the Viseart Edit palettes for a while now, but the warm is too warm, the rosé is a bit too magenta, and the dark is just too, well, dark. Then I saw the picture of this little palette popped up on Beautylish's IG account and color grabbed me right away. I am in a bit of a cool tone mood right now, and this is a fantastic palette in that category with the usual Viseart quality shadows. I am a little surprised by how bright the shade Opera is since Viseart shadows got the reputation of being more on the subtle side. Love the colors, love the quality, love the theme, love the whole palette.
This is my first Viseart palette and it is absolutely beautiful and a delight to use. All shades blend easily and have good pigmentation. Creme Brulee is the perfect there transition shade/all over lid color for my light skin tone and Pirouette is absolutely to die for both in texture (super buttery) and color (gorgeous pinky coppery rose gold). I feel like the photographs of swatches are over exposed, which makes it seem like the colors are more pink/plum thanin person, as Petale is a barely there shade and the color is far dustier than the swatch, tulle isn't as bright, St. Germain looks like a true gunmetal silver/gray, Cerise leans closer to brown with silver flecks, Pirouette is less orangey, and Fleur is a dustier tone in person. The swatches also make it seem like there isn't much variation in color depth for some of these shades, but the differences are much more apparent in person. My only qualm is that Petale will appears fairly chalky on my skin tone, so I assume it will look much more so on skin tones darker than mine, and Beaux-Arts and Marais look very similar on me, so much so that I'm not sure both were necessary in this palette.
I love this palette. I have all the Viseart Edit palettes except for the Warm one. I also have the full sized Viseart Paris Nudes palette. The shimmers in this doesn't have the dusty white mica that's in the Paris Nudes palettes, so that's a welcome change. I bought this palette to accompany that one, because it needs mattes and darker shades to deepen. I do not feel that the metallics in this palette are true metallics. They do not have a lot of pigment in them like the Viseart Dark Edit. They are Paris Nudes metallics, by this, I mean they are lighter. The mattes is here are a touch dusty, same as always. Having said that, my jaw fell open at how finely milled the mattes are and the blend ability, without skipping, even when placed lightly on a sticky eye. The idea of this palette seems to have been to create a natural pinky and neutral eye and its done that beautifully. It's also a complete palette on its own. The dark brown in the palette is enough to deepen outer v and do an under eye liner. The matte mauve/lilac is perfect for under the brow bone. It's not pasty and works perfectly with the other colours. A matte cream would have been too pasty and jaring. I found the colours in this palette did not wear as long on the eye before muddying together. The ability of Viseart eyeshadow colours to stay true on the eye is something I enjoy in their other palettes. Paris Nudes and Paris Edit were designed for a different eye look, that most people will love for an everyday look. These are 2 of my most favourite palettes. I own about 70 palettes. Perfect with a neutral or strong lip colour. I love it. If you haven't purchased a Viseart Paris Edit palette before, they are small. Perfect for travel. I haven't measured the per gram value. The little pans are magnatised and can be interchanged with other palettes.
Luminous with cool tone Colors which blends like heaven and matches perfectly among them. The perfect palette for those who like me, have very few time to do their makeup usually on public transports. Its compact format is a genius idea. Can not recommend more this product!
I purchase this palette last week and it arrived quickly in perfect condition. Wrapped up tightly & padded to prevent damage in transit. Packaging is a thick cardboard that folds discreetly and allows for travel ease, use without taking up half of your bag/kit. Tones are beautiful neutrals, soft Parisian floral hues, ideal for day to night and of course, brides. These soft hues would work beautifully on any skin tone and are not to be feared by deeper skin tones. They blend easily with a synthetic or natural bristle brush. I personally prefer synthetic for shimmers and natural hair for mattes, but you can use either. Shimmers also press nicely with fingertip. I used the Nars shadow primer and Skyn Iceland eye cream to prep. 14 hours of wear, no creasing. Little to no fallout. Very impressed and would re-purchase.
This was my first Viseart palette but won’t be my last. The formula is perfect, the colors blend beautifully but don’t blend away or get muddy. Love it!
Now it's my favorite palette ever. Its pigmented, shimmers and metallic are amazing, so complimentary with my eyes. Some mattes are little bit dusty. No fallouts at all. OMG dream they make full size palette like this one.
I don't buy new eyeshadow shades much anymore. I am so bored and I've given so much away. I usually reorder the same two palettes as needed and am done with it. I am so glad I took a chance on Paris Edit. It is inspiring without being overwhelming. All of the colors perform well and wear beautifully. I've created two different looks so far, and the shades and finishes really make you do a double-take. It's a peach daquirri at sunset wearing one of those billowing romance novel gowns kind of vibe.