Juvia’s Place masquerade palette review

Juvia’s place has given me life!! I picked up this palette at IMATS New York  back in April and it has been my favorite palette since then. I seriously can’t get enough of this palette. The possibilities are  endless! You can create everything from a simple neutral look to a smokey eye to a colorful and creative look with this palette. All of the shadows are easy to blend and highly pigmented. This Juvia’s place masquerade palette was inspired by African Festivities. The bold colors represent costumes used in festivals. The neutral and brown shades represent the African soil and environments Prior to IMATS, I had never tried any of the Juvia’s place shadows so I ended up getting the mini and it’s still a pretty good size but going forward I will purchase the full size. Even the packaging on this product is amazing. The packaging is a sturdy cardboard case , there is no mirror , but the palette is  lightweight and easy to travel with. This palette puts some high-end brands to shame and it’s only 30 bucks!

Chi: metallic royal blue

Mali: metallic sea green

Dalia: metallic light sky blue

.Zola: A frosty aqua blue

Makeda: A deep metallic royal purple

Zobo: matte magenta purple

Calabar: shimmery deep burgundy maroon (the only shadow I haven’t used)

Bori: A matte hot pink with a hints of  gold glitter.

Giza: Metallic Champagne silver

Burkina: A warm matte  brown

Cairo: A warm matte reddish orange with very tiny specs of gold glitter
Ada: A matte reddish brown (the red tone in this shade is  prominent)
 Dahlia: metallic warm golden brown.
Zulu: A matte chocolate brown- similar to Burkina but has a  less red tone to it. (my favorite)
Casablanca: metallic copper bronze.
Fulani: A deep dark chocolate-brown.
I haven’t been this excited to create looks with a palette in a long time. In fact, those who know me know that eyeshadow in general is not my favorite. I barely wear it !
Check out this mermaid inspired look I created using only this palette.
I can’t wait to show you guys a neutral look with this palette, I’m working on it, stay tuned !
This palette is paraben-free and a cruelty free product (Not tested on animals).–May contain : Mica and Titanium Dioxide, Ferric Ferrocyanide
 Product can be purchased on the  Juvias place website,
This is not a sponsored post.

2 Replies to “Juvia’s Place masquerade palette review”

  1. I have a few of the Juvia’s Place palettes and the one of their blush palettes and I love love love them. The masquerade palette is def a favorite of mine, I find myself picking it up on a daily basis. I highly recommend the blush and high palette, so beautiful and pigmented.

  2. sigh!!!!!!!!!!! now I have to dig into my pocket for a blush palette! lol u keep me spending money!

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