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Next Juvia’s Place palette that I have in the massive pile to play with is the Magic Palette. Now I purchased mine from Ulta so it is the mini size versus the typical Juvia’s Place large pan size. This palette was inspired by the moon and sun goddesses making it a fusion of cool and warm tone shadows to create a variety of day and night time looks.
As I mentioned in my previous Juvia’s Place review I’m not going to do a deep dive anymore in the performance as they have all been the same but here is the quick summary: the metallics are like butter, the mattes are extremely pigmented without being patchy, and it all blends out seamlessly. If you want to see my previous reviews, here is the list of them:
- Juvia’s Place The Douce Palette Review & Swatches
- Juvia’s Place The Nubian 2 Palette Review & Swatches
- Juvia’s Place The Warrior Palette Review & Swatches
- Juvia’s Place The Saharan II Palette Review & Swatches
- Juvia’s Place The Festival Palette Review
- Juvia’s Place The Zulu Palette Review & Swatches
- Juvia’s Place Afrique Palette Review & Swatches
- 3 Looks 1 Palette & Review of Juvia’s Place The Masquerade Mini Palette
This palette costs $20 on Ulta and claims to have 0.84 oz of product per pan for a total of 2.03 oz or 57.6 grams. You can get the full size on Juvia’s Place Website for $30. Like other Juvia’s Place palettes this has a vegan formula meaning it may cause some staining on your skin due to the lake dyes used.
- Nubia (metallic bright amber gold)
- Zakiya (matte pumpkin)
- Osun (chrome ivory pink)
- Kesi (matte latte)
- Zuba (metallic pinkish gold)
- Nana (matte tawny)
- Boronu (shimmer honey gold)
- Kogi (matte reddish orange)
- Faso (shimmer ice blue)
- Aja (shimmer pine green)
- Vai (shimmer silver)
- Yemoja (metallic gun metal)
- Ife (matte royal blue purple)
- Yara (shimmer mint green)
- Buzo (metallic emerald green)
- Yejide (matte royal blue)
Sun & Moon Inspired Look
Since this palette is inspired by the sun and moon, I decided to do two looks using this palette. Now these aren’t creative looks just normal everyday… slightly glam looks.
The first look I did was my “moon” or cool toned look as I love blue eyeshadows with a little bit of warmth. For this look I used the following shadows: Nubia, Zakiya, Nana, Kesi, Aja, Faso, Yemoja, Ife, and Yejide. And if you’re like why include the warmth on the moon look outer than the contrast, well the moon technically reflects the light of the sun which is warm toned so I wanted that hint peeking through in the look. I’m also wearing Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick in Daddy and Ardell Demi Natural 120 lashes.
Alright and this is my sun inspired everyday look. And yes I was extremely tempted to do a bronze and gold look, but I went for the pink metallic tones instead. The shadows I used for this look are the following: Kesi, Nana, Zakiya, Kogi, Osun, Zuba, and Nubia. I’m also wearing Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipsticks in Soft Serve and Coral Fixation. And for lashes we have on Azeredo Cosmetics Irresistible Lashes.
And there we do sun and moon inspired makeup looks using the Magic Palette by Juvia’s Place along with a quick thought about the palette. Which look of the two was your favorite?
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