March 1, 2019

Viseart’s Gorgeous New Spring 2019 Eyeshadow Palettes Here and Merely $30 Each!

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Viseart Petit Pro Palette has two new shades for Spring 2019! Apricotine and Soleil are two new mini 8-pan eyeshadow palettes that will set you back a mere $30 each and give you some delicious shades to celebrate Spring (and an early Summer) with!

Apricotine has some gorgeous warm peachy shades where as Soleil goes bright and fun with pops of pink and zesty yellow!

Both of these are available at today and well worth a haul!

Review upcoming shortly.

Will you be purchasing either?

Where to buy



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  • Ann Marie

    Okay, if I can’t remember what I just bought from Viseart does that make me a hoarder? I seriously think I got one of these but I can’t even remember!

    • Isabella Muse

      they literally just launched! maybe you prebooked them? Beautylish texted people Wed or so asking if they’d like to preorder!

  • Maria

    Never tried Viseart brand. Are their palettes made in USA or China? Thanks

  • Terri Wells

    I have never tried Viseart. They are a brand I want to try this year for sure. If you could pick a starter palette what would it be?