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Product Review - Juvia's Place The Festival Eyeshadow Palette

"Juvia's is a cosmetic brand providing you with the most rich, vibrant and highly pigmented essential colors of life that takes you from the office to the Caribbean Islands and everywhere in between! We created Juvia's  as a way to provide beauty enthusiasts an affordable collection of colorful eye shadows, makeup tools and beauty essentials"

This brand is a recent discovery of mine, and boy oh boy I'm glad I found it! The Festival Palette retails for $21.50 USD and has 9 absolutely beautiful shades. The palette itself is very strong cardboard, and feels very durable and sturdy. Alrighty, to the eyeshadow! These pack some serious pigment, and the colours are so creamy and vibrant! Even though they're very pigmented, they're super easy to blend, both with blending them out and blending shades together. The palette contains a mix of matte and shimmer shades. Who am I kidding the shimmers are more like foil shadows. Even though the palette is very bold, it can easily create a variety of looks with the diverse colours.
Juvia's is known for having large pan sizes, and they really do. They're damn near blush sized pans. So not only are you getting great quality, you're also getting huge value for money too!

There's a wide range of palettes, some with bright and wild colours, and then others with more neautral palettes, so there's definitely something to cater for everyone! If you've been thinking about getting an eyeshadow palette from them, think no longer and do it!


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