ViseArt Bridal Satin Palette
If you’ve heard about any of the ViseArt palettes, and the price tag that comes along with them, you may have had the same reaction I did the first time. “$80 for an eyeshadow palette, are ya kiddin’ me?!” However, after several months of convincing myself, I bit the bullet and bought one, mainly to see what all the fuss was about. I’m happy to say, I GET IT. I read a lot of reviews on so many of their palettes and ultimately decided on Bridal Satin as it had high marks in quality, and I loved the color selection. When I first received the palette, I was initially disappointed by the size. For reference, I was expecting something like the Inglot Freedom palettes in size, but it’s smaller and fits nicely in the purse. There are 12 eyeshadows in this palette, all in shimmer finishes.
The first time I used it … HEAVEN! I barely had to touch the eyeshadows with the brush to pick up an insane amount of pigment. And there is no need to layer these eyeshadows either, one touch on the lid and you have eyeshadow! You may still be wondering about that $80 price tag, and it got me thinking … is it really that much? I broke it out by ounces and compared it with MAC; here’s what I came up with to help keep things in perspective.
This ViseArt palette is 0.84 ounces, divided by 12 eyeshadows, each eyeshadow comes to 0.07 oz. And if you divide $80 by 12 eyeshadows, it works out to roughly $6.67 per eyeshadow. By comparison, for one MAC eyeshadow, you get 0.04 oz. for $10. So you’re not only getting almost double the amount of eyeshadow per pan with ViseArt, but it’s about $3.50 cheaper PER eyeshadow compared to MAC. So, when you look at it like that it’s not so intimidating anymore. I honestly feel like it’s an excellent deal. Not to mention if you wait for a 20% discount code from Sephora, you can bring the cost down to $64, or $5.33 per eyeshadow. Most drugstore eyeshadows aren’t that cheap anymore!
Have you tried any of the ViseArt palettes? What do you think based off this post of them?
For referencing the below combinations, please use the numbered palette above as there are no names on these eyeshadows 🙂
Look #1 – see the video tutorial here!
- 5 (crease)
- 11 (outer half of lid and outer v)
- 2 (inner half of lid)