This week’s edition of One Week One Palette feature two palettes I happened to pick up at the same time during the Sephora VIB sale. Coincidentally, both palettes have similarly toned shadows. Welcome to One Week One Palette: The Warm Eyeshadows edition!
I’m clearly pretty late to the game when it comes to the Modern Renaissance palette, but for the longest time I just didn’t think I would enjoy the colors. During the VIB sale, I was debating between getting this one and the first Naked palette. While I will still likely get that one at some point, I wanted to see what all the hype was about here.
I can’t say I expected to be disappointed after everyone raving about this for months on end. They were right: the quality is amazing, easily blendable and the colors create beautiful looks on the eyes. I’m happy to be playing around more with warm eyeshadows, and Im finding that I had nothing to be afraid of when it comes to these colors.
The only downside here is that there is a fair amount of fallout. Other than that, this palette is the winner everyone says it is.
Week 18: Viseart Theory Palette
I was on a warm eyeshadow kick for these two weeks and decided to jump right into the Viseart Theory palette, purchased in the same order as the Anastasia. Viseart is another brand I had heard raved about but had never tried. The palette I got is the Theory V Nuance.
This palette contains all shimmery shades and the colors are beautiful. I’ve heard in the past that Viseart’s matte shades are more impressive than their shimmers, and I can see why people say that. Though the colors were nice, the shimmer was not very impressive. When I put on a shimmer shadow, I like it to be as shimmery as can be. In that way, this palette was slightly disappointing.
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Have you tried either of these palettes? What did you think?