I am totally in love with Juvia’s Place eyeshadows. Like, it is taking all my willpower to not just impulse purchase every single palette that they make in a single order. I think their palettes have such interesting colour combinations and the pigmentation is really outstanding. The shimmers are so shiny and apply like butter with a bit of fixing spray. In my first order from the company I picked up The Saharan along with The Nubian and The Douce palettes and it has been such a joy to play with.
When I first looked at The Saharan colour story I felt like it was really very colourful but actually this has turned out to be much more wearable for the everyday than I was expecting. I surprised myself with some really soft, pinky coloured eye looks which I didn’t imagine looking at the palette at a glance.
If you are looking for a really POW eye look then you want Wodaabe on your lid. This colour is SO high shine. I mean, seriously, even my husband commented on the impressive pigmentation and shine whenever I wore this shade. It is a little crumbly though so I used my finger to apply it but WORTH IT!
Zoya is literally gorgeous. I mean, I had to STOP myself from using this in every look. In fact, for a 5 minute makeup look I have loved Katsina through the crease and Zoya on the lid. So pretty! Kia and Iman both have pretty shifts – Iman is an icy white with a blue shift and Kia is a gorgeous teal with a brown shift. Both are lovely.
Initially I felt like the colours of the four mattes in this palette didn’t necessarily compliment the shimmer shades but actually I have found that these colours can work together surprisingly well. It has pushed me to be creative. The only shade that I don’t really appreciate is Chad – its a great quality black but I just don’t really use black. However, I appreciate that many would love this shade.
Overall, this is a cool palette. I like the colour selection more than I thought I would. It has been SO much more wearable and user friendly than I thought at a glance and I think it makes a nice stepping stone out of purely neutral shadows into the world of colour without being overly daunting. Plus, the quality and pigmentation of the Juvia’s Place shadows are truely impressive.
Have a wonderful day!