Come play in a world of endless color! Viseart's Classic Editorial Brights Palette is found in the kit of every pro-artist. These bold and bright hues are a playground for the imagination. The phenomenal formula of Viseart Paris mattes allows the shadows to be used as a mix in amplifying our other matte hues, it can be sheared out into a wash, pastelised by using the white shade in combination with any of the other shades to create a pastel hue, or liquefied for a bold, graphic look! If you live life in full colour, or are eager to learn and explore, then Petites Mattes Editorial Brights is a must-have in your kit!
White is a bright white with a matte finish.
Lime is a neon yellow green with a matte finish.
Kelly is a bright green with a matte finish.
Aqua is a bright aqua with a matte finish.
Pink is a bright fuchsia pink with a matte finish.
Orange is a primary orange with a matte finish.
Yellow is a primary yellow with a matte finish.
Periwinkle is a cyan blue with a matte finish.
Red is a neon red with a matte finish.
Raspberry is a bright raspberry with a matte finish.
Grape is a bright magenta purple with a matte finish.
Azure is a cerulean blue with a matte finish.
This can be mixed with any of the other colors to make pastels, or blended in as a matte opaque color.
Mix this yellow-green with white to make pale lime, or with Clover to intensify the depth of the green. This color is also analogous to both blues and yellows.
Mix this green with white to make pale green, with yellow to make a lighter green, or with blue to make Teal.
Mix this blue-green with white to make anything from pastel teal to turquoise.
Mix this tertiary tone with white to make anything from pastel to bubble gum pink, or use to brighten up blue and green eyes. This can also be used on cheeks or mixed with a blush that’s too light to intensify the pigment.
Mix orange with white to make anything from a pale orange to pastel. Orange is amazing against blue eyes and can be used with analogous colors like Red and Yellow.
Mix this versatile, primary yellow with white to make anything from pastel to buttercup! You can also blend with orange to intensify the yellow or blend with red to change the depth of the orange.
Mix this tertiary color with white to create a range from pastel to sky blue, or use with analogous colors like purples or greens.
Mix this primary color with white to make multiple shades of pink, or blend out to create purples, browns, oranges and more.
This tertiary, red-violet is fantastic against brown or hazel eyes to brighten and is a super versatile color with almost every eye shade.
This secondary color can be made into pastel simply by mixing with white. This is also super versatile for intensifying any eye color.
Mix this primary blue with white to make a pastel blue, or use dramatically for anything you can think of. This can be used for liner, lid, crease is a the sky's the limit. Blue is also a wonderful color to brighten Brown and Hazel eyes.
Talc, Mica, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Octyldodecanol, Zinc Stearate, Octyldodecanol, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate.
Lime, Clover, Aqua, Pink, Orange, Yellow, Periwinkle, Red, Raspberry, Grape & Azure
Talc, Mica, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Zinc Stearate, Octyldodecanol, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate.
(+/- May contain: Yellow 5 CI 19140, Titanium Dioxide CI 77891, Blue 1 CI 42090, Red 28 Cl 45410, Red 6 Lake CI 15850, Red 7 Calcium Lake CI 15850, Ferric Ferrocyanide CI 77510, Red 40 CI 16035, Iron Oxides CI 77492/CI 77499).