November 8, 2010

Visee Royal Party Glam Nude Eyes Blond Fur Review, Photos, Swatches

Visee is a branch off brand from Kose and is sold or used to be sold exclusively in Japan. Since my earlier ventures into Visee, its become available in other parts of Asia but not within the US.

It’s been a while since I purchased any Visee Eye Palettes. The joy of a great Visee Palette was definitely not as appealing as it once was considering the brand started becoming a tad repetitive, color wise, for me.

I did feel like the Visee Royal Party Glam Nude Eye Palettes deserved a purchase particularly Blond Fur which felt different and unique enough to buy and not a constant rehash of the same colors the brand favors as of late.

Let’s have a look!

A gradating eye palette with four shades of eyeshadow (in gradating colors) and one liner shade.

This palette contains some really great, soft shades of brown, beige, peach, and pink gradating shades. The colors really have no definition since they have a combination of a few colors. The colors are utterly brilliant and very special in my opinion plus I can’t easily say I have such shades already in my huge stash of shadow. The palette comes in two color selections the one I’m reviewing for you today, Blond Fur and another entitled Rose Pink Fur. I felt Rose Pink Fur was too similar to my Glam Hunt Palette so I didn’t purchase it although I am second guessing myself at the moment.

Unlike US drugstore brands, Japanese drugstore brands are considerably higher quality and Visee is just one of many brands that offer an inexpensive price tag with a brilliant quality makeup. The Glam Nude Eyes Palette sports an excellent formula with a soft, silky cream-like powder texture to each of the shadows and great color pay off. The shades are very soft but are easy to build up for more pop however those who enjoy a more bolder, vibrant look might find that Blond Fur is a tad uneventful.

Shades included in the palette are a soft golden cream, pastel beige, off brown, soft shimmering golden peach pastel, and a darker chocolate brown liner.

(TOP: Indoor Light BOTTOM: Sunlight)

Although the instructions for application are in Japanese they still include a simple to follow diagram. I blame Japanese Brands for some of my best techniques when it comes to blending, application, and contrasting eyeshadows as they include instructions for application with most every makeup item purchased and although five shades of color might be intimidating at first it turns into a simple procedure to apply and get an incredible eye look out of them!

You have to be extra careful to get the blending down right because the shades end up appearing frosty and a bit too shimmery when in fact the color should just have a very soft gleam. I rushed my look below and it came out messy so just take a little extra time during application to get it smoothed out perfectly.

The fact that the palette is available in Asia makes for a pain to track down and purchase it but E-bay can prove fruitful as well as

  • Fans of Visee and Japanese Cosmetics (any great fan of Japanese makeup can get on board with this palette).
  • Anyone who likes soft yet warm shades of color!
  • Fairer skin chicas can really rock these colors!

  • Anyone uninterested in tracking down beauty that isn’t easily accessible in local stores and doesn’t like online ordering.

I loved this palette and thought it created a very elegant eye look. Those who prefer more natural, nude shades of color will think these are some of the best shades around as they are unique and very different from colors you may already have in your stash. Application is a breeze and you might even learn a thing or two about application if you’re a bit clumsy when it comes to contrasting eyeshadow.

Gorgeous palette well worth tracking down!

Muse Approved for purchase.

About the Muse

Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • Claire

    Oh I just realized this looks like the LORAC Little Black Palette which I adore. So I’m sure I would like this.

  • Emily

    Muse! I’m SO SO glad you reviewed this and provided insight on it, because I just bought this at a drugstore in Japan over the weekend and wasn’t particularly impressed upon my first try with it. Having waaaay too much makeup (I’m sure you can relate :P), I felt kind of guilty buying this, but the beautiful packaging and the shades (I’m a nude/neutral/brown/gold gal all the way) were just too irresistible! Perhaps I rushed my application of it the first 2 times I used it and just need to follow the directions on the back better. My problem was, I just wasn’t able to get a distinct layered/blended look with these colors. They sort of all blended together into a frosty beige. I may also try applying them wet. Thanks again, and looking forward to more Japanese/Asian cosmetics reviews 🙂

    • the Muse

      Hi Emily! so glad you commented nice to hear from someone who owns it. LOL totally can relate girl ;-D Mmm my first time I had a problem getting the colors blended right as well. But you can definitely gradate them well if you apply them patiently ;-D The one thing that confused me was the e shade which wasn’t used in the diagram, that was the softer shade of peach cream. I really hated that if I applied to quickly that it was a frosty mess, I so don’t do frost well ;-D Thanks for the comment looking forward to hearing more from you soon ;-D!

  • Courtney

    Gorgeous! I so need more Asian products in my beauty arsenal. I know I can order them online but I’m so impatient! I hear that there are Asian drugstores but have yet to find one in Indiana. My MIL is Filipino and she also doesn’t have any idea where one is here (but she is also not into makeup at all and was blessed with naturally gorgeous skin so she hasn’t really looked for one either). Grrr middle America!!!

    • the Muse

      Hi Courtney haven’t really found many Asian stores in New York that sell Japanese cosmetics such as these only smaller brands. So don’t feel bad 🙂

  • mari

    awesome, thanks for this review!

    lately visee has been collaborating with popular fashion brands (i bought an eyeshadow palette from their mercury duo collaboration as well) and im really liking the new color combinations, so different from your usual normal gradation palettes!

    • the Muse

      it’s my pleasure mari ;-D I didn’t get the Mercury Duo tbh as it didn’t appeal but I’m loving some of the new grad palettes!

  • Jennifer

    Thanks for the swatches! think im skipping these this time? I ow 3 Visee palettes and am not very impressed by their pigmentation 🙁 but they have lovely packaging!

    • the Muse

      sorry to hear it Jennifer 🙁 I normally get great pigmentation from Visee.

  • Sonia

    *Lemming is born* That is a stunning palette! And as usual, you look beautiful! <3 Thanks for this post! Love Japanese makeup.

  • Mimi

    OMG you got them!! I’m eyeing this range out but still have my reserves because it looks a little tooooo neutral… Nevertheless me being a Visee fan still wants a piece of it AHAHA the colours are so pretttyyy. I find that the blossom eyes range are a bit more frosty than usual too.. maybe it’s jap version of “summery” :S thanks for review Muse!

    • the Muse

      my pleasure mimi! ;-D You can always get the rose, that’s alot less neutral ;-D Mmm I noticed that about the blossom range too blah! No likey frosty ;-D

  • Makedonka

    Not related to this but I’ve been meaning to ask you for a while now – I love your crochet hair bands, you have to seem an expansive collection of colors – LOVE them all! 🙂 Is this something you make yourself or is there a place where they can be purchased from?

    Enjoying your site and your reviews. 🙂 (off to check eBay for visee)

  • Miss D

    Hmm…the eyeshadow colors look really pretty in your pictures and thanks for doing a review…I still think I’ll be getting the Rose PInk Fur though…I may be able to get more contrast out of that palette. 🙂

    • the Muse

      hey Miss D I’m sure Rose Pink Fur will be just as gorg hun ;-D I had a similar shade selection in the Hunt Palettes so I skipped the pink one ;D

  • Christine

    ooooooooooomg it looks really nice on you! 🙂 i like the color too! im a huge fan of neutral shades, i got the pink one 😀 im very excited to apply it!! im a beginner so im not sure how to apply it properly cant seem a tutorial with this pallette D:

    • the Muse

      hi christine thanks 🙂 there’s a diagram in the back of the box for application, you can follow along with it and get the look 🙂 same as a tut!

  • Rachael

    Could you tell me where online you got yours? I really want this pallete, but haven’t found a site selling it.