The Zulu Palette is colourful. It has a blend of 6 mattes, 2 metallic and 1 duochrome metallic. This palette by Juvia’s Place is to die for. They also have a wide variety of makeup palettes, brushes and much more.
About the Zulu Palette
The eyeshadows are packaged in a pastel holographic light pink cardboard box, sleek designed with an illustration of an Egyptian goddess trio on the front. It has a magnetic closure that will secure the shades when closed. The Zulu Palette shades do not have individual names. on the back of the packaging, it contains product ingredients and a brief summary of the details of what you should expect from this palette.
The Zulu palette contains a lovely blend of 9 large eyeshadows (3.6g/.12oz.) The first top row consists of all matte ranging from bright orange, matte yellow and a deep brown. The second row consists of hues of blue/green: matte teal, spring green and an aqua. The Last row consists of a light pink gold duochrome, matte rose and purple. The shades are pigmented, creamy and easy to apply.
Matte bright orange – this shade is highly pigmented. It blends easily and works well with the yellow to deepen the crease.
Matte yellow – the bright yellow has an orange undertone, sometimes it can be difficult to find a palette with a yellow that really pops. This can be used as a transition colour if you are trying to achieve a warm look using the Zulu Palette.
Matte brown – this shade is buildable. You might want to use a light hand when building up the product.
Matte teal – pigmented, creamy, easily build up to create the look that you are going for.
Spring Green (metallic green) – vibrant, metallic and creamy. Perfect for Springtime.
Aqua (metallic blue) – this blue shade reminds me of the ocean, the colour is so pretty.
Duochrome Pink (metallic pink) – this is my favourite shade of all the colours.
Matte pink/rose – bold and pigmented
Matte purple – easy to blend, no fallout – purple is royal!
The Zulu palette is sold at an affordable cost of $21.50. If you are on a budget perhaps wait until there is a sale to get it at the lowest price. Also, this is a limited edition palette, so it might not be around forever.
A look that I created using the Zulu Palette
All of the shades in the Zulu Palette are pigmented. They do not come off as chalky and not much fallout. The shades are not soft to touch but it will pick up on your brush by a little sweep. Generally, I would use a white base before applying my eyeshadows; this makes the shadows pop some more than using it without a base or primer.