Juvia’s Place Saharan Palette Swatches!

If you haven’t ever hear or seen any swatches of these please, read this and then check out this company! Juvia’s Place products are affordable, super pigmented, and beautiful. The shipping and processing is super fast and I’ve loved everything that I ever bought from them. They run daily sales on their palettes and brush sets so keep your eyes peeled! This swatch and palette review is on their newest one, The Saharan. This palette runs for $30. On their website, it says this palette was inspired by the Fulani culture. This has twelve shades that vary in shimmer, matte and transition. I’ll stop raving and show you some pictures! 

Here’s the front of the palette. It is nice for travel because of the size. It is a bright orange-red with a woman who is part of the Fulani culture on the palette.
The back of the palette is plain orange-red while the box has the name of the palette, ingredients and that it is cruelty-free.
Here’s the inside of the palette. There is no mirror but it definitely doesn’t change how I feel about the performance of the shadows. All these colors are so vibrant and beautiful!

Here come the swatches! I’ve done them by two so each picture will have four shades on them!

Here’s the first row! Check out how bright Sokoto is! Wodaabe is one of the best gold shimmers I’ve ever used! Kia and Bororo are great shimmers also!
The second row has some nice variety. Iman is a gorgeous whitish blue shimmer shade. Jamila is a matte orange where the other two, Zoya and Senegal are nice base or transition shades.
This last row has two matte shades: Chad and Katsina. The last two, Lulu and Fula are beautiful shimmer shades that are super buttery and smooth in application.

Here they are! Please give this brand a shot! You will not be disappointed!


Author: aubr3y87

I recently was a full-time worker that has went to a stay at home mom lifestyle and I'm attempting to blog about makeup and the perks of being a mother.

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