When shopping for eyeshadows I like to look for colors that I think I might wear; therefore, 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. Although, it is similar to the Nubian palette it is 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.
A blush palette was not on my list until I came across the Saharan Blush II by Juvia’s Place. This blush palette has some warm tones perfect for my skin type. I love the different shades of colour ranging from peach, brown and pink tones.The Saharan Blush Palette works well as a blush, highlighter and an eyeshadow.
You put a whole lot of effort into assembling your look. You trawl the fashion websites for the clothes that will cling to your curves while subtly detracting from the wobbly bits you may not be so proud of. You never leave the house without your brow game on point. Your hair is a cascade of shimmering glory that borders on the poetic. Your accessories are matched to your outfit with the precision that would make NASA blush and your shoes… entire anthologies could be written about your shoes.