VISEART Neutral Matte Palette | Looks & Review

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Viseart Neutral Matte Palette

This palette contains 12 matte eyeshadows in mainly warm colors, but there is a row of cooler neutrals included on the bottom row of the palette. This is the second Viseart palette I’ve purchased (first was the Bridal Satins palette) and I have to say how impressed I am with this little matte eyeshadow palette. The pigmentation with these eyeshadows is intense, they are easy to pick up with a brush and they last well throughout the day. Some looks I’ve created with this palette have turned muddy by the end of the day, sadly, but that hasn’t kept me from using it. It all depends on the combination you choose as to whether or not that happens; I find the more contrast in the look, the better. I did recently compare this one with a $2 drugstore palette from Beauty Treats on the YouTube channel; if you missed that comparison, you’re welcome to see it here.

If you’re worried about the pricing of these palettes, they’re actually pretty affordable when you break them down for the quality given in the palette. Each palette is $80, so for 12 eyeshadows, that works out to $6.67 per eyeshadow, roughly. No more expensive than MAC and cheaper than Urban Decay. If I remember correctly also, you get more eyeshadow per pan with the Viseart palettes compared to say MAC, so it’s a great deal. Have you tried any of the Viseart palettes? Which would you like to see featured next here on the site?

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As these eyeshadows are not named or numbered, please use the reference graphic above to create the below looks 😉

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Eyeshadows used:

  • 5 (outer v, outer third and deepen crease)
  • 1 (middle of lid)
  • 4 (inner third of lid)
  • 8 (blend out 5 in crease)

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18 thoughts on “VISEART Neutral Matte Palette | Looks & Review

  1. Beautiful Z. I vote for the newest palette BIJOUX ROYAL. you know me and colors. If you wait for the Sephora 20% off sale these palettes are an even better deal. Thank-you so much for all of your hard work.!!

  2. I watched your video on the dupe for this palette and I manage to get my hands on one of them. I look forward to creating these looks using my dupe. I always love all of your eyeshadow looks. You are truly an artist!

  3. I have a smaller Viseart palette – I think it’s Cashmere. My kids got it for me for Mothers Day (see, when your little one is older, that’s something you can look forward to!) and I absolutely love it to bits. It is very cool toned and elegant and it’s pared down to just the 6 shadows but it’s perfect. They do have a warmer toned one and a neutral one as well.

      1. Actually Zabrena, maybe you could do combined looks with both of the palettes? From what I understand, they’re for MUAs, hence why they’re all shimmers or all mattes and you’re supposed to mix & match them. Since you already own the Bridal Satin, could you please do tutorials with them combined? I’m very curious to see how well these two palettes play together.

  4. Divide the price by the number of grams in a palette to get the per gram price. That will get you a good comparison.

    For example, Viseart palette is .84oz, or not quite 24 grams. Paying full price at $80/24g=$3.33 per gram.

    Urban Decay Naked Basics palettes are $3.41 per gram, so a little more expensive than this one.

    This palette is more comparable (in color selection) to the Kat Von D Shade and Light Contour Palette at $2.25/g and the Sonia Kashuk Eye on Neutral Mattes at $2.08/g.

    I have a note with per gram prices of all the eyeshadow I’ve ever been interested in. It really helps put price into perspective.

  5. Ooooh I love the looks you created with this!! I have all of the bigger Viseart eyeshadow palettes except for the editorial brights and dark mattes. And I also have 2 of the theory palettes (Cashmere & Chroma). I love Viseart!! I am currently addicted to Cashmere. I think the shadows in the theory palettes are softer than the original shadow palettes, but I love it! Even the concealer palette is great!! 2 huge thumbs up 👍🏼from me☺️
    Have you tried any of the Natasha Denona eye shadows or makeup yet? I have several of her 5-pan palettes and a couple single shadows and love them as well. So so worth the $$ to me!!

    1. Hiya Kelly!
      Someone else mentioned Cashmere too, I’ll have to try that one! Thanks for adding that!
      I have tried a few of the Natasha Denona eyeshadows recently … WOW … they’re amazing, too, you’re right!
      I’ll have to see if I can add a couple of those to the site, too!

  6. Heather Bezdecheck

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    I got this palette awhile back, and it has been collecting dust on my shelf. I didn’t find it to be worth the hype, as I thought the shadows were chalky and hard to blend. I also agree with you that combinations can turn out muddy as the day goes on. I’ll try some of the looks you have here, and hopefully I’ll change my mind. Honestly, I was about to throw this in the garbage, but now I’ll give it one more try.

  7. I absolutely love this pallette. I have a million others but keep finding myself reaching for it. I have extremely hooded eyes. Am I right in just bringing the crease and outer third colors up higher to make these work for me?

  8. First of all I love watching your videos. You are a breath of fresh air . I enjoy all your reviews. I finally went to Five Below and purchased the Breaty Treats palette dupe and tried it. I love it , I’ve been playing around with it and I am impressed by the pigmentation of this $2 palette. Yes it does have some fallout ,but OMG I find myself reaching for it quit often. Thanks for the tip. I still want to get the Viseart Neutral palette. Maybe one day….Thanks again and keep them coming.

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