Viseart is on a fire with their newly released Theory Palette additions! Not only did they release two new eyeshadow palettes, Nuance and Amethyst to add to their collection, TWO new Theory Cheek palettes in  Enamored and Ablaze also make their debut, offering a well coordinated trio that consists of a blush, highlighter and bronzer. If you are unfamiliar with the brand, Viseart is a Parisian makeup brand that traces its beginnings to French Television and film. They are a high-performance line with formulas that harness the best of natural and organic resources with modern technology. The brand was conceived out of a shared passion for healthy products that go back to the roots of beauty, to naturally enhance the skin rather than aging the skin with harmful chemicals. You will be happy to hear that these products are not tested on animals, contain organic ingredients, and they are free of silicone, petrochemicals, and mineral oil. All products are individually hand made in Paris, making them very Parisian chic in every sense of the word. I am a huge fan of their products; you can find my previous reviews here, here, and here. Today I am happy to share images and swatches of my new Viseart Theory Palette additions in Nuance, Amethyst, Enamored and Ablaze. 

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Another exciting release from Viseart to coincide with the Petite Pro Palette, reviewed here, is their Warm Mattes 10 Palette which features an array of fashion forward warm neutral mattes. If you’ve been reading or following my blog for a while you know how much I love warm tones. These colors really speak to me and today I will be sharing my review and swatches of this new addition to the Viseart Eyeshadow family. 

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Viseart’s latest release includes a new collection of swoon worthy blush palettes* along with a highlighting and sculpting palette* designed with essential hues scaled into three levels of cheek color, ideal for the fairest to deepest skin tones. The palettes are exclusively available at Muse Beauty Pro and retail for $80 each for 0.84 oz.

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I have been a fan of Viseart products since my first introduction to their line about a year ago. I have two of their 12 pan palettes in Neutral Matte and Dark Matte and these shadows do not disappoint. Effortlessly wearable, and exceptionally pigmented, I have found them to perform quite well. Upon visiting The Makeup Show last month in LA, I had the opportunity to swatch and play with the new Theory Palettes that recently launched and today I have the Viseart Theory Palette 02 in Minx to share with you. Kindly scroll below for more details. 

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