Most pigmented eyeshadows? | The Magic by Juvia’s Place

Most pigmented eyeshadows? | The Magic by Juvia’s Place

Flat lay of the magic palette open

When it comes to beauty finds, I get excited when I see a new brand release from black owned businesses. Juvia’s Place have been around for a while now, but they’ve recently seen a huge surge in their online popularity. I first heard about them over a year ago and I decided to try out their first palette ‘The Nubian’ – and I haven’t looked back! I committed myself to collecting their eyeshadow range and so far I’ve kept up with that ‘challenge’ (even after clearing out so much of my beauty hoard!) – but their latest release ‘The Magic’ palette is one that definitely took my breath away (for a second or so!).




Juvia’s Place are well known for their highly pigmented eyeshadows, as well as the fact that they theme their palettes around African heritage (which I love!). Their palettes are generally quite colourful  with great transition shades for deeper skin tones – and that’s key to me. All of their shades work on deeper skin tones like mine.

Close up of the eyeshadows in the magic palette

The Magic palette is ‘inspired by the moon and sun goddesses of the wilds. A beautiful fusion of cool and warm tones. Vibrantly infused with 16 ultra pressed pigments. Perfect for day to night time looks’. It is a mixture of bright shimmers and mattes, with some deep colours to keep a balance. I was particularly excited to see that they have included a dark matte purple and navy which is not that common in palettes. There are a total of 16 shadows with 6 of them being mattes, and the rest a shimmery metallic finish.

Close up of the packaging of the magic palette showing two African queens

Aside from the quality of the shadows, the artwork on this packaging is beautiful. The palette retails for $35 on the Juvia’s Place website. As I am based in the UK postage was $19 (!) and I received a £16 customs charge (major *eye roll*). It took about 7 days in total for my palette to arrive via DHL.




I highly recommend you trying out palettes from Juvia’s Place – oh and if you search around you’ll find various discount codes for 10% off!

Speak soon,

Vicky



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2 Comments

  1. Dawn
    January 10, 2018 / 7:59 pm

    I’m in love with the packaging of this. The shadows look so pigmented. I need to get my hands on one of these pallets.

    • January 12, 2018 / 5:44 pm

      I highly recommend them! They’re fab! x

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