Paris Edit from Viseart is one of my favorite romantic palettes. The color scheme is classic — perfect for creating soft, date-night-ready looks. I can’t pronounce a single eyeshadow name (okay, maybe I can say “Opera,” but not in a fancy French way), but I can say that this palette is beautiful.
The Paris Edit is a twelve-pan mini eyeshadow palette from Viseart. Described by Viseart as “a romantic selection of twelve refined neutrals in matte, metallic, satin, and shimmer finishes,” the Paris Edit draws inspiration from the city of Paris.
This palette checks *almost* every box for me. The packaging is beautifully designed, the shadows are cohesive and on theme, and every shadow performs well. The only box left unchecked is “free of pale/beige transition shades.” I would not have been upset if Viseart decided to replace one of the three light brown mattes with a dark brown or plum.
The good news is that I tend to use all of my Viseart palettes in conjunction with other palettes. Viseart houses mattes and shimmers separately in its larger palette series, so I don’t think twice about using other shadows with those. Although mattes and shimmers mingle in the Edits and Petit Pros, I still don’t mind using or traveling with multiple palettes at one time since the palettes are so tiny.