You all know that I get totally excited when it comes to colourful eye makeup so I’m so happy to share this eyeshadow palette with you. Juvia’s Place has become world wide know brand just because of the high quality of their eyeshadow pigments and I was dying to try out their palettes for quite some time. I finally get to some of them and I would first like to tell you about my favourite one, The Magic by Juvia’s.ย 

The Magic eyeshadow palette is inspired by the opposite attraction of The Moon and Sun goddesses which I found super creative and this goes for any Indi brand because lots of them have so much imagination and creativity going on and I love that! The Magic palette comes with the cardboard packaging which it’s very thin and light but the only thing that bothers me a bit is that it’s so huge! But anyways, when I travel I usually take much more makeup than clothes with me haha so I think I’ll figure this out. After all, I really like the design of this packaging, it’s light, cute, super unique, and colourful.

The story about opposite attraction makes so much sense when you open up this palette ohhh and it makes me so happy! You get sixteen shades in this palette, some of them are matte, there are a few shimmers but the rest of them are stunning foils. First eight eyeshadows representย the Sun Goddess and the second eight Moon Goddess. All these eyeshadow pigments are super pigmented, they’re very smooth, creamy, they apply and blend magically. All of them work perfectly together, I noticed a tiny bit of a fall out but that always comes with the pigments so you have to be just a little bit careful while painting hhhih.

There’s the one thing that I really like about Juvia’s Place and that makes them one of my favourite eyeshadow brands. They make super unique colours, some of them I can’t even explain properly, on some of them I’ve never came across in my life. And they place these eyeshadows in such an order on the palette that my creativity goes nuts! All these warm and cold shades look beautiful together on the eyes, they’re clearly designed to be combined together but you can also create very settle and lovely looks with it too so that makes it so versatile palette, if you like colourful eye makeup of course.

From left to right: Nubia, Zakiya, Osuh, Kesi, Zuba, Nana Boronu, Kogi
From left to right: Faso, Aja, Vai, Yemoja, Ife, Yara, Buzo, Yejide

As you can clearly see, these eyeshadows are ridiculously highly pigmented. I did these swatches with my finger on my dry hand, I didn’t use any primer or what so ever, they just came out crazy pigmented.

I really hope that you loves liked the reading and this review, I’m honestly in love with this palette and can’t wait to share with you tomorrow settle romantic look that I created with this palette! Good night ladies!