Friday, April 6, 2018

Product Review -- Viseart Tryst Eyeshadow Palette

Viseart eyeshadow palettes usually receive plenty of rave reviews, and like a lot of people, I had to find out what all the fuss was about.

I have two of their large palettes (which I swear I'm going to get around to reviewing one of these days!) and a couple of their small palettes. I genuinely like all of the shadows, but I've never really been sure whether I believe the larger shadows are really worth $80. 

I have other shadows in my collection that I think perform just as well at much more affordable price points.

So lately, I've been sticking to the smaller palettes -- I just think those are better values because you may not get as many shades, but you still get high quality shadows and you don't have to break the bank to do it.

When I saw promotional photos of the new Tryst Eyeshadow Palette, I had to have it.
It's a small-ish palette, so it only costs $49 -- and that's a price point that I'm personally more comfortable with.

But the real selling point for me was the shade range.

All gorgeous peach, pink, and purple tones.

The palette comes in a square compact with a pretty rose gold finish and Viseart's usual logo on the lid. There's a good size mirror inside, and the palette stays open by itself so you don't need to prop it up against anything to use it do your makeup.

Viseart Tryst Eyeshadow Palette
There are nine shades in the palette: Dangereuse, a warm matte peach; Rendevous, a shimmery pink champagne; Flirt, a shimmery tan bronze; Liason, a warm matte pink; Darling, a shimmery peachy rose gold; Illicit, a matte deep merlot; Paramour, a shimmery rusty copper; Seduction, a shimmery golden copper; and Rapture, a shimmery red plum.

Viseart Tryst Eyeshadow Palette
All of the shadows in the palette are nicely pigmented, smooth, and highly blendable. The mattes, though they feel a little dry, are very easy to work with, and really work well with the shimmery shades to create a balanced eye look. 

The shade range is absolutely stunning -- you can create a monochromatic peachy-pink or purple look, as well as sunset looks, so the overall look of the palette is very soft and feminine. It may not be everyone's cup of tea, but I absolutely love it.

From l. to r.: Dangereuse, Rendezvous, Flirt 

From l. to r.: Liason, Darling, Illicit

From l. to r.: Paramour, Seduction, Rapture
Sure, it's another mostly warm palette, but at least it's not full of mostly red and orange tones like the rest of them.

It's still fairly pricey, though, so I'm not sure it's a must-have for everyone. If you aren't a fan of soft, romantic eye looks with lots of peach, pink, and purple, you can probably skip this one.

If you're like me and live for those kind of looks, then it's definitely a palette you'll want to check out.

You can purchase the palette at Sephora or Beautylish.

Have you tried the Viseart Tryst Eyeshadow Palette? What's your favorite Viseart palette?

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