I love a good sunset moment on the eyes or red eyeshadow. It reminds me of my favorite color plus the deeper shades just call to me. I miss my Merlot hair on a frequent basis (remind me not to start that up again, I’m extremely tempted at the moment) and this palette has shades that remind me so much of this. Specifically the shades Bahamas and Sangria, especially Sangria. Anyways, I’ve been using this palette for the better part of the last week since reds are more “work-appropriate” than blue and green, so next up in reviewing of Ace Beaute palettes is Scarlet Dusk.
I had fun taking a break last week with the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Blood Sugar palette, but we’re back to going through all of the Juvia’s Place eyeshadow palettes. Today I’m going to be going over The Saharan palette which was inspired by the spirit and vibrance of the Fulani culture. And contains 12 with 4 mattes and 8 metallic/satin shadows. Unlike other Juvia’s Place palettes previously reviewed, this palette does not have large pans for the shadows instead the regular size you see in ColourPop. But like the other palettes, this palette is $20 and does not include a mirror or a super luxury packaging not that the artwork isn’t lovely.