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This has been on my list-list ever since I joined KJB’s In My Kit group on Facebook a couple of years ago. All of the make-up artists there rave about this being the ultimate palette for neutral eyes or bridal. I have been desperate to get my hands on it and Love Make-Up in the UK were the first to get their hands on this, followed quickly by PAM London, and Guru Makeup Emporium. I snapped up a triple deal at UMAE in April last year and bought the neutral matte palette along with two lip palettes for £120 from Love Make-Up (RRP of palettes separately is £58.50).


I wasn’t sure whether to believe the hype until I swatched the palette at UMAE in April 2014. One swatch and I was sold on it. It really is amazingly buttery soft, yet I don’t get much fall out when using them.

The shades are very universal and I’ve used them on very fair skin tones and darker skin tones alike. The shades are a mixture of warm and cool tones and suit a wide range of skin undertones.

The shadows are matte, and so I often use them as brow powders as well. A couple of the lighter taupe-ey shades work well as contour powders on fairer skin tones as well. All this multi-tasking saves me carrying multiple products in my kit. Win-win.

This is definitely my favourite neutrals palette over the past 18 months. I’ve barely touched my Urban Decay Naked palettes or my Smashbox Full Exposure palettes since buying the Viseart. It’s definitely achieved ‘holy grail’ status with me.