Friday, 7 February 2020

Viseart Theory Minx 02 Eyeshadow Palette

The eyeshadows palettes by Viseart are said to be one of the best on the market and said to have attracted a dynamic cult following, admittedly until I was kindly sent two from the range to try, I had seen the palettes in Selfridges but had never tried the brand before, but oh my gosh, they are stunning.  
Viseart Theory Minx 02 Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Theory Minx 02 Eyeshadow Palette
The first palette is the 02 Minx Theory palette which hosts warmer browns, a cream, cocoa and coffee shades which sit alongside the warm copper and bronze shimmers. Each eyeshadow pan within the palette has a magnetic and can be removed, so if you are lucky enough to have more than one product from Viseart, you could make your perfect palette. 

French beauty powerhouse Viseart utilises plant-based resources and innovative technology to create the most high-performance, organic formulas that enhance your natural beauty – opposed to harmful chemicals that can lead to ageing. Encapsulating the glamour of Paris at night, this compact eyeshadow palette features an alluring array of pigmented hues in matte and shimmer finishes for creating both depth and dimension.
I love my nude/neutral eyeshadow palettes and whilst I don't tend to stray very far from that, on the odd occasions I like something a little warmer and this palette does its very best to do that.
Viseart Theory Minx 02 Eyeshadow Palette 
Viseart Theory Minx 02 Eyeshadow Palette
Viseart Theory Minx 02 Eyeshadow Palette
The shades shown above are:

  • Minx 1- This is a light peach with warm undertones with a really good colour pay off. Not at all powdery, it has a silky texture when applied.
  • Minx 2- This is a medium-dark brown with a semi-matte finish. I love the pigmentation of this and whilst there is a slight yellow undertone to it and being a little more powdery than Minx 1, it does have a soft texture and it applies like a dream
  • Minx 3 - This is a deep brown, an almost reddish-brown with warm undertones. One of the most pigmented shades on the palette and the one you need to make the least effort with when it comes to blending because it almost does that job for you with a swipe of the brush.
  • Minx 4 - This is one of my favourites on the palette, a lovely light golden copper with warm undertones and a metallic sheen, the kind of shade which you could double up to use as a highlighter. The texture for this is a little creamier than the last three shadows, so less is definitely more.
  • Minx 5 - This is a medium orange-copper shade with warm undertones and as well as being used as a shadow, it too can be used as an eyeliner. Again incredible pigmentation and less is definitely more when applying.
  • Minx 6 - This is a dark rose almost burgundy shade which is probably best described as muted but with warm undertones and a metallic finish. The shade I have used the least if I am honest because it doesn't suit me at all, but it is stunning.

With this palette, because of its size, it fits into my makeup bad with ease and is one of the most study palettes I have had travelled with in a long time. This palette and the rest of the collection can be found on Feelunique, with Minx 02 being priced at £35.









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5 comments:

  1. Gorgeous palette! I haven't tried anything from Viseart before, but I've heard so many good things xx

    Beauty Geek Beauty Blog

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  2. That is so pretty & very wearable shades! x

    Beautylymin

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  3. These shades are so beautiful! I love that all of the shades are wearable!

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  4. These are my sort of shades - so beautiful! x

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