Editorial Brights

What to do when you've had a streak of semi crappy eyeshadow palettes over the last week? You go back to something amazing. Viseart Editorial Brights is and will forever be my perfect rainbow palette, it just does exactly what I want it to and it never gives me any trouble. The formula is much stiffer than the "modern" eyeshadow palettes that swatch well while the actual application is semi crappy and the pans empty out in a few uses. This one has a slow and steady buildup with close to no falldown or dust in the eyshadow pans. The formula also builds on itself, you can layer colours on top of each other and they keep adhering and blending. Many new eyeshadow formulas don't work that way, they stick down then anything applied on top just dusts off. Fucking hate it. So in all, the Viseart mattes (both neutral and bright version) are expensive but A LOT better for a more trained hand that wants to do more intricate shading than just packing an eyeshadow on the lid and calling it a day.  I basically smacked the entire palette on my eyes in a classic rainbow placement. The makeup blogger look of makeup blogger looks back in 2010-ish! Face:• IsaDora Active 24hrs All Day Wear Make-Up Foundation - Fair (10)• Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer - Fair Neutral• Linda Hallberg Infinity Filter Loose Setting Powder - Light• Urban Decay Naked Skin Shapeshifter Palette - Light Medium• Zoeva Highlighting Powder Palette - Cocoa BlendBrows:• NABLA Cosmetics Eyeshadow - Chiaroscuro• Anastasia Clear Brow GelEyes:• Viseart Editorial Brights Palette• INGLOT Livin' The Highlight Illuminator - Radiant• Marc Jacobs Velvet Noir Major Volume MascaraLips:• IsaDora Perfect Moisture Lipstick - Cashmere Pink• Linda Hallberg Infinity Glass Viseart Editorial Brights Palette. A picture from when it was new, it does NOT look this pretty anymore hahaha. Old blog post with swatches and initial review here!