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The Warrior Eyeshadow Palette by Juvia’s Place

The Warrior, Juvia's Place Warrior Eyeshadow Palette Review

The Warrior by Juvia’s

When shopping for eyeshadows I like to look for colors that I think I might wear. I also consider if the palette has a bit of matte or shimmer before purchase. The Juvia’s Place Warrior Eyeshadow Palette consists of golds, bronzes and browns. This palette is very much neutral with matte and shimmer shades. It is similar to the Nubian palette but edgier. Born and raised in Nigeria the founder of Juvia’s Palette has improvised ways to share her cultural background by showing them off on makeup palettes. This includes the wide range diversity of the African tribes such as their style and beautiful accessories. As a result, this can be seen by looking at the artwork of each palette and blush and the color selection.

Juvia’s Place Warrior Eyeshadow Palette Review

The Packaging

The packaging was inspired by the Dahomey Amazon Warriors, an all female military regiment in the 19th century. They fought for the Kingdom of Dahomey and are known for the swift decapitation of heads. They are the most feared warriors in history that left the European Colonizers shaking in their boots. This bronzed goddess palette shows the bronzed goddess centered and the golden goddess left and right. The palette is very compact; it can be easily slipped into a handbag/hand luggage for easy travel. It has a magnetic lid closure that snaps closed easily. The cardboard package is durable and made to last. Keep in a dry place.

Juvia's Place Warrior Palette Ingredients

The Formula

The Warrior Eyeshadow Palette has 9 pigmented and vivid colors. While six of the shadows have a foiled shimmer finish; they are also metallic. The other three shades have a matte finish and they are very creamy and soft to the touch. With this versatile palette, the foiled shimmer shades can be used as a highlighter and the mattes as base/transitioning shades. The shadows can be used wet or dry. It can be easily applied with a brush or even the tip of your fingers.

Similar: Zulu Palette

INGREDIENTS

TALC, MICA, MAGNESIUM STEARATE, PHENYL TRIMETHICONE, OCTYLDODECANOL, ETHYLHEXYL PALMITATE, POLYMETHYL METHACRYLATE, DIMETHICONE, CAPRYL GLYCOL, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, PHENOXYETHANOL. MAY CONTAIN: TITANIUM DIOXIDE(c177891), IRON OXIDE BLACK(C177499), IRON OXIDE YELLOW(C177492), IRON OXIDE RED(C177491), CHROMIUM HYDROXIDE GREEN(C177289), ULTRAMARINE BLUE(C177007), FERRIC FERROCYANIDE (CI 77510), CHROMIUM OXIDE GREENS (CI77288), MANGANESE VIOLET (C177742), CARMINE(C175470), FD&C RED 40 LAKE (CI 16035), FD&C YELLOW 5 LAKE (CI19140), FD&C BLUE 1 LAKE(C142090).

WARNING: FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. DISCONTINUE USE IF SIGNS OF IRRITATION OR RASH OCCURS.

Juvia's Place Warrior Eyeshadow Palette Review

The Shades and Swatches

From left to right the shades are Amina, Idia, Mino, Ahosi, Moremi, Kano, Dahomey, Bakwa and Benin.

Amina – rosy champagne shade with a foiled finish. Perfect as a shadow and highlights.

Idia – perfect combination of gold, bronze and copper. With a foiled finish, it makes a nice lid color and doubles as a highlight.

Mino – a matte finish with a dark, black brownish shade. Can be useful to set eyeliners in place.

Ahosi – a pale ivory matte shade, good for transitioning and brow bone highlight.

Moremi – with gold sparkly shade with peach undertones and foiled finish. Perfect highlight for nose bridge and lips.

Kano – warm, suede, mid-tone brown shade. Works well on the crease.

Dahomey – orange copper shade with a foiled finish

Bakwa – this is a bright yellow-gold shade, foiled finish can be used as a highlighter

Benin – a chocolate bronze shade, with a foiled finish. It can be doubled as a bronze highlighter

Juvia's Place Warrior Palette Swatches

From L-R the shades are Amina, Idia, Mino, Ahosi, Moremi, Kano, Dahomey, Bakwa and Benin.

Nyx Cosmetics Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk was used to create the swatches.

Conclusion

If you want to embrace your inner Goddess; this Warrior palette is a must have in your collection. It can be an everyday palette; for any occasion or a warm fall look. The colors are beautiful. They blend very well, easy to pack, minimal fallout, no creasing and good coverage. The price is affordable, the only downside is that it doesn’t have a mirror which is not much of a big deal.

What is your favorite Juvia’s Place eyeshadow palette?

If you create any looks and would like to share hashtag beautythatwalks on Instagram #beautythatwalks.

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4 Comments

  • Messy Mama

    I love how knowledgeable you are about this product. Right down to the packaging back story and ingredients. You really did your homework on this. I would definitely trust your judgement on these beauty products.

    February 27, 2019 at 1:23 pm Reply
  • meagan williams

    love this! i love makeup for women of color. thanks for sharing!
    eclecticmeagan. com

    February 27, 2019 at 10:22 pm Reply
  • Emah Purple

    The cover design is so beautiful.
    I am born and raised in Nigeria too. Lol.
    I just love when simple things tell deep and intriguing stories. My comments are fragmented because I had to scroll down midway as I was reading to read it. It’s so eye catching and it’s a product I would definitely use. My favourite is Dahoney though I live vivid coloured eyeshadows. Great post, I loved it.

    March 6, 2019 at 8:16 am Reply
  • Marina Rosee

    Wonderful and in depth review – loving it! Juvia’s place is one of my favourite brands for eyeshadow – I have the Nubian and the Zulu from them and the quality of the shadows is amazing. I’d definitely consider picking this one up – Benin is such a nice shade! x
    Marina Rosie x
    http://marinawriteslife.blogspot.com/

    March 6, 2019 at 11:40 am Reply
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