Since the whole point of affordable makeup is that you end up buying several (and not saving any money at all) items from the same range, of course I didn't stop at just one palette from Visee's Glossy Rich. My second is PK-2, a peachy-pink (or rose gold) combo.
Color break down from top left going clockwise.
1. Pinkish white beige cream-powder base. This is smooth and literally creamy, it applies thinly and gives a nice base to other shadow.
2. Heavily metallic gold with flecks more visible when spread out.
3.Warm medium brown (maybe with a pink base). This is drier and less creamy than the rest but still effectively defines and shade.
3. Golden pink - While I like the idea of blushing eyes, I am not sure about eyeshadow that literally works as blush. This is the same color like Milani Luminous and Benefit Coralista (not quite like Nars Orgasm because it's redder, has a drier texture and more flush-like).
While none of the shade in PK-2 has complex micro-shimmer (compared to the PU-4), I think the texture is more even across the board that all of them are pigmented and easy to work with. The creamy texture of Visee is especially apparent maybe because I just got lazy and start using finger for most of the shades (except the liner).
I have used this palette for around five times already and I get different feeling each times. The palette as a whole does a good job enhancing without being heavy (that pretty much applies to most Japanese eyeshadow I guess), I am not sure if I like the color combo.
The gold is really warm, on the cooler days it looks more yellow. The blush-like lid shade can look like eye infection if I am not careful (I am usually heavy handed but always ended up overblending to sheer things out). I guess when it comes to rose gold, I prefer something with more of a beige base or mauvy-pink base instead of an orange coral one.
Well, PK-3 doesn't look bad in the photo though. And a few hours after application, it does gain a lovely glowy finish as the color melt together.
Application is the usual gradation.
Overall: I am still debating if I like it or not. I might enjoy it more during summer (when the circulation is better so there isn't that purple tinge in my skin tone that make both warm and cool colors really bright). The formula is quite lovely, that's for sure.