March 21, 2019

Viseart Apricotine Petit Pro Palette Review & Swatches

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5 stars out of 5

Viseart Apricotine Petit Pro Palette ($30) is a new mini eyeshadow palette featuring eight eyeshadows in delicious peachy and bronze shades that launched for Spring 2019. You know, when you run across palettes like the Viseart Petit Pro Palette and you start using them you really have to question your sanity. I’ve spent plenty of money on a variety of different Too Faced Eyeshadow Palettes peach in theme that had more eyeshadows and were a bit more expensive in price but I’d much rather just sit and play with the Viseart Apricotine Petit Pro Palette because the quality just superior.

That’s when I have to ask myself, “WHY are you spending all this money on huge palettes when a simple, small 8-pan eyeshadow palette has everything you need to create the same look?”

Viseart Apricotine Petit Pro Palette does so please and it won’t break your bank account.

Viseart Apricotine Petit Pro Palette is a slim flip open palette that’s the size of a credit card and holds 0.28 oz total eyeshadows. The palette is cute, super easy to store, and amazingly lightweight for travel. If you’re going on a Spring Break vacay all you really need is this palette to create some warm looks.

You get four mattes and four shimmers all of which were pigmented with a soft, buttery texture and absolutely no fall out. I struggled with one shade which was Grenadine. It was a little bit of a pain to apply as I kept having to layer it on since it sheered out during the blending processing but none the less it was still a really nice shade to work with and easy enough to apply. They wear really well without fading or creasing on my drier lids. The colors just remain so fresh and vibrant throughout the wear!

Viseart Apricotine Petit Pro Palette Swatches (Sugared, Grenadine, Bourbon, Mimolette)

Viseart Apricotine Petit Pro Palette Swatches (Meringue, Praline, Apricotine, Dolce)

The palette does not offer anything new sadly. These are shades you likely own ten times over. However, the quality is spot on and that’s what you might want to consider buying into. As I said above, why own numerous peach palettes with 10 + shades that have a so so formula when you can own one small palette with a superior formula. It’s a good pick if you don’t already own a ton of peach shades as this covers a rather good range of peachy shades.

For a tiny palette the Viseart Apricotine Petit Pro Palette packs a mighty punch with brilliantly formulated shades!

Where to buy

Sephora Beautylish

Viseart Apricotine Petit Pro Palette is a $30 travel-friendly palette with a selection of eight eyeshadows. You get four mattes and four shimmers all of which were pigmented, easy to apply, and blend. I had no issues with fall out and colors remained vibrant without creasing on my drier eyes.

Pros

  • Perfect for travel.
  • Stores easily.
  • Beautiful selection of peach and bronze shades.
  • Pigmented, easy to apply, and blend with a soft, silky texture.

Cons

  • Lacks unusual or unique shades.

Who

Viseart Apricotine Petit Pro Palette is an ideal pick for anyone that values a beautifully formulated eyeshadow formula!

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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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  • kjh

    Very nice. I keep thinking that the old Vice palettes have dupes for virtually everything new, or close enough. Noticed in Ulta yesterday that Flesh has a take on the Viseart Liaison, which surprised me greatly. Get the Soleil, too, as well as CP Disney Villains. We need to see those! Good job.

  • Maria

    These colors look so pretty on you. I was wondering about the other new Viseart palette in Soliel shade. Do you think that looks good? Also is the palette made in USA or a different country thanks

    • Isabella Muse

      I have it will be reviewing that one shortly. It’s a lot more colorful compared to this. Made in the USA.

    • kjh

      And Isabella won’t mind, if you Check Christine’s review (Temptalia.). I really like it, but have resisted thus far. Possibly more colorful (and bright), but far less varied, than Riviera. Can’t wait to see it on you, Isabella. You must have had a tad of trepidation, but it’ll look great!

  • Christina

    Awww, you look so pretty in peach! And we buy despite not needing to because it’s just plain fun to buy. Haha!

  • Dot

    Ooo, the color story reminds me of a lot of KBeauty looks I see on IG. Looks lovely as a basic palette for a beginner!

  • Maritza

    I only own the too faced matte peach palette i am more into golds and rusty browns for some bizzard reason and lately green but like dark greens, this is on my wish list if its still available when the sephora sale comes up in April