The Paris Edit is ridiculously beautiful to look at. I could just stare at this thing all day! It's filled with soft and dreamy pinks, peaches, browns, taupes, and mauvy purple tones. It's got mattes, soft shimmers, a couple of foil shades, and one matte with incredibly fine micro glitter.
This palette is perfect for soft romantic looks from barely there no make-up looks to full on soft glam. As such many of the shadows will require more than one layer to reach their full pigmentation. They are designed that way. They are not in any way lacking pigmentation. If you are someone who just likes to slap on full pigment color and then blend the edges then this is NOT the palette for you. You will absolutely hate it. If you don't mind taking the time to layer to get your desired finish, whatever it may be, then by all means buy it, it's just lovely.
I have all 4 of the Viseart Edit palettes and I love them HARD. The mattes are slightly drier than in their full size pans but I like some of the shimmers in these little ones more because they have more impact than those in the full size 12 pans.
They are great for travel and they are very affordable. It drives me bonkers when people complain how small they are for the expensive price they paid. They are NOT small. The PACKAGING is small. An ABH pan is only .74 grams while these are 1 gram making Viseart cheaper per gram. My new 12 pan Charlotte Tilbury palette is only .26 oz while this Viseart is .42 oz meaning you would need to buy 2 CT palettes at a cost of $150 to equal the amount in this tiny palette plus 3 extra tiny pans which if you could do it would run you $49. So seriously people, don't judge a book by the size of it's cover and quit yer bitchin already! End rant.