Viseart Petits Fours Eyeshadow Quad Amalie

Viseart Petits Fours Eyeshadow Quad Amalie swatches

Shades left to right: Picasso, Carnavalet, Fontaines, Marias

I have a new eyeshadow palette obsession...but can you blame me? This is my first Viseart palette and I have to say I absolutely love it. Everything down to the quality, the price, the shades - it's a home run. Before I drone on anymore, let's tell you what the palette is actually called! This is the Viseart Petits Fours in Amelie - described as a warm, rose-gold palette, I think this is a lovely option for a quick everyday Spring look. 

This will cost you £23, and I picked mine up from Beauty Bay. A really fab price for the quality I think, especially in comparison to other eyeshadow quads I have forked out for (Charlotte Tilbury I'm looking at you!). The pans are magnetic too, so if you have other Viseart palettes in your collection you can mix and match if you so please. 

The shades: 
Picasso: Warm toned medium brown with a matte finish
Carnavalet: Soft warm peach with a metallic shimmer finish
Fontaines: Rose gold mid-tone with a metallic finish
Marais: Medium neutral-toned brown with a matte finish

The two matte shades do look fairly similar in the pan, and I do think on the eyes they blend out to both be a warm mid-toned brown. Even though Marias is described as a neutral tone, I do still think it leans quite warm, just slightly less so than Picasso. 

Viseart Petits Fours Eyeshadow Quad Amalie

The Viseart website have some great application tips if you are interested, and I also have quite a few looks using this palette on my YouTube channel. 

The quality is really nice as I have previously said, the shadows are so smooth, pigmented and blendable - a little goes a long way. I love how you can use the metallic shades with a brush, or your fingers, both pick up super well and I don't have any issues with a patchy application or not picking up enough colour. 

It's fair to say I am a Viseart convert so please leave any palettes you recommend below!