Next up in the lineup of all of the Juvia’s Place palettes that I have to test is the The Warrior Eyeshadow Palette. Which they described as a classic spin on their first palette, The Nubian. It’s filled with rich earth tones to give depth and dimension. Basically it’s your golds, bronzes, and browns… so the typical neutral palette which is one of the few neutral palettes from Juvia’s Place that doesn’t have other vibrant colors in it. So if pops of colors aren’t your thing, this one would be out of their collection.
One brand I’ve wanted to try for a while is Juvia’s Place after hearing a lot about the palettes from Bridgette (Porcelain) and NikkieTutorials. And I went a little crazy and purchased all of their eyeshadow palettes that were available at Ulta, so I’m going to be sharing my thoughts of them over time until I’ve gotten through all of them. The first palette I decided to test out was The Nubian 2, which was inspired by Nefertiti. She was known for her outstanding beauty, strength and spirituality.
One of the most hated palettes to come out within the last year is the Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture palette. And even though Anastasia Beverly Hills claims to have reformulated the palette, it still remains something beauty gurus compare palettes to if they are failures. As far as fall out, shadows not blending well into each other, and overall just a flop. Initially wanted this palette, it’s dark and edgy which is typically what I reach for when I’m going my makeup, but after so many negative reviews I added it onto my anti-haul list. The palette was removed from Ulta and only sold on Anastasia Beverly Hills’ website. And after trying my sister’s palettes for Soft Glam, Modern Renaissance, and Norvina I decided to just get the Subculture Eye Shadow Palette for myself and see if it’s still as terrible as everyone claimed.
Fall is finally upon us and honestly in my collection I don’t have a lot of palettes I would classify as a fall palette. I mean Urban Decay Heat or Tarte Tarlette Toasted palette might be close, but this new palette from ColourPop called Good Sport is amazing for the fall months! You have almost all of the colors of leaves as they change in the fall. Including green from just before they change.
ColourPop recently came out with a brand new formula of eyeshadow, which has a jelly formula something that is very popular for brands to release this year. Though most of the other brands that have a jelly formula are for highlighters so it’s a bit innovative for an eyeshadow. And initially came out with eight shades in total, I am glad that there is a bit of variety in the range unlike the Supernova Shadows which is very heavy on just the bronze, copper, and gold tones.
NYX Cosmetics recently released a brand new foundation with 45 shades with a huge variety perfect for any shade. And I recently decided to part ways with the Hourglass Vanish Foundation as it wasn’t sitting on my skin nicely anymore. So I decided to pick up the Can’t Stop Won’t Stop Foundation to see if I would love that foundation instead of the one I parted ways with.