Viseart Rosé EDIT Eyeshadow Palette
Today I’m thrilled to be sharing my Viseart Rosé EDIT Eyeshadow Palette review and swatches on fair skin with you. I was so happy when this little palette arrived from Beautylish! Not gonna lie, I bought it for the left side of the palette.
Where to Buy
$39 12 g / 0.42 oz
Viseart Rosé EDIT Eyeshadow Palette Swatches
Row 1 – Café, Pêche, Rosette, Splendor, Rosé, Rendezvous
Row 2 – Chocolate, Peony, Ballet, Truffle, Blossom, Wisteria
About Viseart Rosé EDIT Eye Shadow Palette
Enjoy the bold color payoff and seamless application of Viseart’s signature eye shadows wherever you go. The EDIT Palette is a travel-friendly version of Viseart’s Eye Shadow Palette—a staple in Hollywood makeup artists’ kits—designed for quick and easy eye looks. Choose from a curated edit of romantic shades from the Tryst, Grande Pro 1, and Siren eye shadow palettes to achieve pro-level results on the go.
- Experience the buttery feel and superior blendability of Viseart’s signature eye shadow formula, which features triple-milled pigments for intense, long-lasting color payoff
- Fold up the portable palette into a handy easel, thanks to the unique convertible design
- Customize your collection however you like with 12 removable magnetic pans
- Rendezvous (Tryst Palette) – Pink champagne with a shimmer finish
- Ballet from (Grande Pro 1 Palette) – Petal pink with a matte finish
- Peony (new) – Soft peach with a matte finish
- Chocolate (Neutral Mattes Eye Shadow Palette) – Dark brown with a matte finish
- Wisteria (new) – Bright lavender with a duochrome finish
- Rosette (new) – Berry magenta with a matte finish
- Café (Neutral Mattes Eye Shadow Palette) – Soft medium brown with a matte finish
- Pêche (Neutral Mattes Eye Shadow Palette) – Light beige with a matte finish
- Rosé (new) – Medium red with a duochrome finish
- Blossom (new) – Shimmering rose gold with a duochrome finish
- Truffle (new) – Earthy brown with a shimmer finish
- Splendor (new) – Deep pink gold with a metallic finish
Viseart Rosé EDIT Eyeshadow Palette Review
So let me get what I don’t love about this palette out of the way. I don’t love that the names of the colors aren’t printed right by their pans. That always frustrates me.
As someone who has not been a fan of the Viseart shimmer formula, I was pleasantly surprised that I liked the shimmers in this palette and the Viseart Liaison that I recently purchased. I knew I would love the mattes because I find the Viseart matte formula (especially in the Bright Editorial, Cool Mattes 1 and Cool Mattes 2) to be amazing.
I do take issues with the shade descriptions. You know I love duochromes. I’m not sure that I would count the shades that are marked as duochromes as what I consider duochromes. The only color that appears to be a duochrome on my skintone to my eyes is Rosé. It reminds me of the Darling Girl Hell’s Bells (discontinued) color that I loved, which was a blue-toned red with strong gold shift. Rosé is more of a warm red with gold shift.
Wisteria is listed as a bright lavender with a duochrome finish. It’s a soft lavender with subtle blue sparkles. Not really a duochrome. Urban Decay Omen or Asphyxia or Tonic are similar and definitely more duochrome in nature. This shade would have benefited from Viseart giving it more pigment and shift.
On my skintone Blossom, a shimmering rose gold with a duochrome finish, looks like an orange leaning rose gold. I don’t see duochrome, just orange. I love rose golds, but not orange ones. Orange tones are not flattering on me.
Splendor is a metallic deep pink gold. It just looks like a bronzey gold on my fair skin. I don’t see any pink. Rendezvous is a pink champagne shimmer. On me, I just see a champagne shimmer, no hints of pink. Truffle is a brown shimmer. This is the only time you will ever see me wearing this color.
Ballet, Rosette, Café, Pêche, Chocolate and Peony are all excellent mattes. I love them. I expected to love them. I’m especially happy about Rosette.
I have to also point out I love the small size and how easy it is to travel with this palette. It fits in any makeup bag I own.
The Rosé EDIT, to me, sounded like it would be a mix of beautiful berry hues and sparkling Rosé inspired shades. It has too many warm tones for my personal taste, which is a disappointment. I don’t know why I was under the impression that it would be more neutral toned.
The key to happiness is properly setting your expectations. While I do think it is a beautiful palette, if you’re expecting it to be a balanced, neutral or cool toned palette, you’re going to be disappointed. If you are expecting it to be warm toned with a few cooler shades, you’ll love it.
If you’re in the market for a new warm toned eyeshadow palette with pretty shimmers and excellent mattes, the Viseart Rosé EDIT Eyeshadow Palette might be perfect for you!