I recently depotted both of my precious Viseart palettes into a Z-palette so that I could re-arrange them in a way that I might use them more! there were three that cracked a bit and required repressing, but overall the task was pretty easy. I decided to take this opportunity to swatch them all together to see if the repressed shades performed as well as they originally did.
The Viseart Neutral Matte palette (all the mattes– so rows #2 and 4 in the above image) is a mix of mostly warm toned mattes with a few neutral and cooler tones mixed in. These shadows are my favorite matte formula by far– a dryer powder without much kick up that blends effortlessly and lasts all day on the lid even without primer. Here are the swatches in indirect natural lighting:
The Viseart Sultry Muse Palette is a mostly warm-leaning shimmer palette with a handful of cooler/neutral tones and glitter shades. Like the Neutral Matte palette, these are a dryer formula without much powder kick-up. In my opinion, these perform better over a primer in order for the shimmer/glitter particles to adhere best. Here is a video swatch so you can see how they reflect light:
These palettes are pretty pricey, retailing for $80 each. They can be found at Sephora as well as Frends and Muse Beauty.