Product:Viseart Rosé Edit Palette
Claims: Eye Shadow Palette | 12 Shades | Travel Friendly | Magnetic Pans | Buttery Formula | Cruelty Free
Size: 1 gram or 0.035 oz. per shade
Shades: 12 shadows
I’ve heard how amazing Viseart palettes were for YEARS. It wasn’t until they started putting out the Edit palettes, and Beautylish started carrying them cause that payment plan option yo, that it became an option for me to try to them. Of COURSE when I saw the Viseart Rosé Edit Palette I knew it was one that I needed to get. Keep scrolling to see how it holds up.
About the Viseart Rosé Edit Palette
The full-size Rosé Edit Palette has 1 gram or 0.035 oz. per shade of product, has magnetic pans that are interchangeable, comes in a palette that is posable, and retails for $39.00. The Rosé Edit Palette can be purchased at Beautylish, Sephora, or Viseart.
Viseart claims that the Rosé Edit Palette comes with 12 shadows that have a buttery formula. Viseart claims that there are seven new shadows in the Rosé Edit Palette and that there are four finishes in the palette; shimmer, matte, metallic, and duochrome. The ingredients for the Rosé Edit Palette are:
Talc, Mica, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate/ Borosilicate de Calcium-Sodium, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Zinc Stearate, Silica, Calcium Aluminum Borosilicate, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate. May Contain (+/-): Tin Oxide (Ci 77861), Titanium Dioxide (Ci 77891), Iron Oxides (Ci 77491, Ci 77492, Ci 77499), Red 40 Lake (Ci 15850), Carmine (Ci 75470), Ferric Ferrocyanide (Ci 77510), Synthetic Fluorophlogopite, Ultramarines (Ci 77007), Yellow 5 Lake (Ci 19140)
Viseart Rosé Edit Palette Review
From left to right: Rendezvous, from the Tryst palette, is a pink champagne with a shimmer formula. Ballet, from the Grande Pro 1 palette, is a petal pink with a matte formula. Peony, one of the new shades, is a soft peach with a matte formula. Chocolate, from the Neutral Mattes palette, is a dark brown with a matte formula.
From left to right: Wisteria, one of the new shades, is a bright lavender with a duochrome formula. Rosette, one of the new shades, is a berry magenta with a matte formula. Café, from the Neutral Mattes palette, is a soft medium brown with a matte formula. Pêche, from the Neutral Mattes palette, is a light beige with a matte formula.
From left to right: Rosé, one of the new shades, is a medium red with a duochrome formula. Blossom, one of the new shades, is a shimmering rose gold with a duochrome formula. Truffle, one of the new shades, is an earthy brown with a shimmer formula. Splendor, one of the new shades, is a deep pink with a metallic formula.
Final Thoughts on Viseart Rosé Edit Palette
Normally I break down my thoughts on the different shadows in the review section. I didn’t do that this time because it would have been “This shadow is AMAZING” twelve different times. Between how amazingly the shadows perform, the fact that the shadows are EASILY removable, and how cool the packaging is I don’t see how I couldn’t recommend this palette to not only new users to Viseart but ones that have been using their products for years. Seriously pick this up TODAY.
Purchase Viseart Rosé Edit Palette
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- Beautylish | No Cash Back
- Sephora | 4%
- Viseart | No Cash Back
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