Viseart Theory Palettes: Nuance, Amethyst, Enamored & Ablaze Review and Swatches

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. 


“Each shade is hand-crafted from the most thoughtful ingredients resulting in the infamous and unparallel formual from VISEART. Imported from France. Contains both natural and organic ingredients. Not tested on animals. No parabens, gluten, petrochemicals, silicone, or mineral oils.” –


These compact palettes are sleek and lightweight, with a unique compact that folds into a working easel, perfect for both the artist or the woman on the go.

What’s new? The new palettes now contain a small mirror, making it even more convenient for someone on the go! 

Each pan is removable and contains a magnetic base. It’s perfectly customizable—you can exchange the colors with the other Theory palettes to your liking and to create your very own palette.

Theory Eye 04 Amethyst

This palette captures the transformative gemstone and has been curated to complement any eye color.

Theory Eye 05 Nuance

This palette ignites a wardrobe of shimmering eye looks from a blushed nude eye to a scintillating rose-gold smoke.

I find that the shadows are on par with the other Viseart Theory Palettes in my collection. The textures are not only exceptionally pigmented, but they blend effortlessly, helping me to create varied looks that can take me from day to night. I will be experimenting with some of the shades and pulling out some colors from my Minx Theory Palette to play around with! Warm neutrals #alldayeveryday!  The Rose gold tones in the Nuance palette are absolutely swoon worthy. They have an amazing creamy texture!  Though I don’t typically gravitate towards the shades in the Amethyst palette, I find that they are very flattering and well- edited with a range of suitable gem tone shades to work on all skin tones.  The exceptional color payoff, coupled with the color selection and design will be a perfect addition for any beauty lover. 

Theory Cheek 01 Enamored

This palette offers a range of cool under-toned shades for the cheeks. A subtle pink crystal highlighter, a matte dusty rose blush and a sheer bronzer perfectly complement each other and work on a wide range of skin tones.

Theory Cheek 02 Ablaze

This palette offers a range of warm under-toned shades for the cheeks. A soft gold highlighter, a matte coral blush, and a sheer bronzer work together effortlessly.

Effortlessly wearable and delightfully pigmented, I find that they perform much like the Viseart Cheek palettes I previously reviewed here. Ablaze suits my medium golden skin beautifully, and I find that the combination of shades work all together for a perfectly coordinated look, with a finish that is long lasting. The bronzer is a warm golden tan that is not orange or muddy looking whatsoever, while the coral peach blush shade immediately brings a flush of color to my face.  I can apply it in light layers until I achieve my desired intensity. I finish off by applying the highlighter, which is a soft gold shade that complements the other two colors very well. 

Each Viseart Theory Eye and Cheek palette retails for $45 USD. They are currently available at Sephora and, link here. 

The Spring Beauty Insider sale will run until April 23rd for Beauty Insiders and April 24th for VIB & VIB Rouge Card holders. This would be an opportune time to shop for them and receive 15% off! Link here.

Which one do you have your sights on?




*Thank you Viseart & Muse Beauty Pro  for the opportunity to share these products with my readers. All opinions are honest and expressly my own. Some links are affiliated. Thank you for supporting


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