It seems that not so long ago I was here typing up a blogpost about the brand new Viseart Golden Hour Eyeshadow Palette. I was amazed at the quality and performance of that eyeshadow palette and recommended it! Now I am here with the brand new Tryst palette, a Beautylish exclusive, and I cannot wait to provide my thoughts!
The Tryst Eyeshadow Palette houses 12 soft, romantic shades that are cooler toned than what we’re used to lately. It is comprised of 3 matte and 9 shimmer shades. This palette comes housed in a beautiful golden tin with felt rubber housing the back of it (think NARS). I think the size is perfect: its not too big but not too small. It comes with a decent sized mirror that would be great to use when traveling and/or applying makeup.
As per Viseart:
“Enjoy the buttery feel and superior blendability of Viseart’s signature powder eyeshadows, which feature triple-milled pigments for intense, long-lasting color payoff. The sturdy palette is perfectly sized for slipping into a purse or bag and comes with a vanity-sized mirror for easy touch-ups.”
I can attest to the fact that it is a perfect size for travel and throwing into your bag. It’s one of the many reasons I have enjoyed their Golden Hour palette and will continue to enjoy with Tryst.
Most of the shades were super pigmented when touched by my fingers to provide the swatches. I did have to pass through the shade Liason 2 times due to it not really showing up on my skintone. Other than that the rest of the shades were beautiful.
The wear time on this is a little difficult for me to talk about since I always wear my NARS Eye Primer because of my oily eyelids. However, I can comment on the application. I used my MAC 217 & Morphe M440 to apply crease shades, MAC 239 for the lid shades with no problems.
Viseart hasn’t disappointed me yet – the shades were so easy to apply and blended themselves. The shimmer shades, especially, were amazing and I couldn’t be happier with the application and ease of use.
I had seen on trendmood’s Instagram page several people commenting on how similar the Golden Hour palette was to Tryst. I have to disagree. Golden Hour is housed with mostly warm shades while Tryst is occupied by mostly cool toned shades. I think they are different enough to justify having both.
In order to back up my claims i have provided side by side swatches of both Golden Hour and Tryst. Please tell me you see what I see: difference! Lol!
This palette is exclusive to Beautylish, which is where mine was purchased the minute it launched. After having used it a few times I can truly say I am happy with the wear time, application, blendability, and ease of use of this pretty little palette.
Will you be picking it up?! If you have it, what do you think of it?! Please let me know!
Thank you for reading! Until next time..