Since I started this blog four years ago, I’ve had a love-affair with the Juvia’s Place Eyeshadow Palettes. First of all, Juvia’s Palettes go where no makeup brand has gone before. The reason, Juvia’s makeup has an African theme.the them. In other words, Juvia’s inspiration comes from “all things Africa”. In other words, African surroundings, African tribes, festivals, regions, and soil, inspire Juvia’s color stories . I love that each palette, eyeshadow, or blush, tells a story. Usually, the tribes are from different parts of Africa. As a result, the vibrant colors of one tribe, contrast the neutral shades in another tribe. Furthermore, the eye shadow shades coordinate, perfectly, with each other. This is because, they show the true colors of Africa. And, these colors, in turn, create colorful, exotic, fun looks. The Juvia’s Place The Tribe Eyeshadow Palette, a mix of highly pigmented shades, will create an authentic tribal look.
On one hand, you can use the palette by itself. On the other hand, you could use The Tribe, with other Juvia Palettes. I have a whole collection of Juvia’s Place Eyeshadow Palettes. Some of my favorites areThe African Inspired Bold, Vivid, Fun Eyeshadow Palettes. In addition, I have some of her blush Palettes. Even more, I love the vivid, bright blush shades in the Afrique Collection Blush, and the Saharan Volume 11 Blush Palettes.
Finally. in the past, you could only get Juvia’s Place makeup on their website, However, now you can find the entire collection at Ulta. At last, you can go to Ulta, and see all of the eyeshadow palettes, liquid lipsticks, and blush. Now, Juvia’s Place even has a new foundation, in a zillion shades. You can find the Juvia’s Place The Tribe Eyeshadow Palette on the Juvia’s Place Website, and at Ulta. Lastly, the palette costs $20.
Packaging For The Juvia’s Place The Tribe Eyeshadow Palette
To begin with, Juvia’s Place does a great job with the design of her palettes. First, the palettes are always bright, vivid. To illustrate, The Tribe Palette is bright, almost neon, green. So, the palette, itself, attracts you to it. Moreover, her tribal women, artwork on the front cover of the outer box, and palette.
Even more, replacing a mirror, the tribal women are on the inside of the palette. Finally, the eyeshadow pans are extremely large. As a result, the nine shadow palette, is on the large side.
The Formula For The Juvia’s Place The Tribe Eyeshadow Palette
First, The Tribe Palette has matte, pearl and metallic finishes. As a result, you’ll get lots of shimmers and pops with these shades. In addition, these shades have rich, bold pigments. Therefore, you can achieve a one swipe and done look. This is the case with all of the Juvia’s Place formulas. The matte shades are easy to blend. Also, the shimmers are beautiful creamy, with just a tiny bit of fallout. Although, leave it alone, and brush the fall out with a dry brush. Also, the intense pigments in the shimmers make them easy to apply. Even more, the 9 shades blend effortlessly. Finally, the shimmer shades and satin shades can be used wet or dry.
The Shades In The Juvia’s Place The Tribe Eyeshadow Palette
First, Maasai, a lime green shade with yellow undertones, has a matte finish. Wear Maasai on the inner third of your eyelids. Also, you can wear this lime green shade all over your eyelids.
Next, Oromo, an orange shade, has a matte finish. To begin with, I love Oromo all over the eyelids. Also, you can wear this flattering orange shade as a transition shade. Also, you can sheer Oromo out. In fact, Oromo isn’t as pigmented as it looks in the pan. It comes out sheerer on the skin. However, you can layer it to get the same shade that you see in the pan.
Third, Tutsi, a dark lime green shade, has a matte finish. Actually, to me, Tutsi looks like the shade Kelly green. Be inventive with this shade. I love it on the outer third of your eyelids. Then, I would wear the lighter, Maasai, shade on the inner third of your eyelids. Then, use one of the orange shades to give your eyes a pop. Or, use Koro to pop your eyes, in the center of your lids.
Then, Koro, a gold shade with a green shift, has a shimmering duochrome finish. First, wear Koro on the inner corners of your eyes. Also, wear it on y our brow bones, to highlight your eyes. In addition, wear Koro on the center of your eyelids. As a result, your eyes will pop. Another suggestion, is to line your eyes with one of the deeper green shades, and then line under the deep shade with Koro.
Next, Chaga, a bronze shade with greenish-gold reflects, has a shimmering finish. First, Chaga would look great in your crease. Also, wear Chaga all over your eyelids, up to your crease. And, I would line my bottom lashes with Chaga.
Furthermore, Kuba, a dark emerald green shade, has a shimmering finish. I love Kuba on the outer corners of the eyes. Also, you could wear this dark emerald green shimmer in your crease. Even more, I would love it as an eyeliner, on your lower lash lines.
Also, Ashanti, a tawny olive-brown shade, has a matte finish. Don’t be tricked! The eyeshadow, in the pan, does look like every brown in every palette. Because, the olive comes through the minute you apply Ashanti. Although, since this is basically a green eyeshadow palette, the olive brown shade will look great as a crease shade. Furthermore, I would love it as a transitional shade. Also, wear Ashanti in the outer corners of your eyes, and the outer v. Finally, you can line your lower lash lines with this olive brown shade.
In addition, Kurla, a rusty orange shade, has a shimmering satin finish. For one thing, with all these shades of green, you really need a rusty orange shade! First, you can use Kurla as a crease shade, Even more, Kurla looks great as a transition shade, I would also like it on your eyelids, in between one of the green shades. For example, use Kurla on the inner third of your eyelids. Then, use one of the darker greens on the outer third. Again, don’t be intimidated with this shade. Kurla isn’t as dark on your eyes, as it is in the pan. In fact, it is a warm, pleasing shade. And, it looks great with all of the greens!
Finally, San, a seaweed green shade, has a matte finish. Above all, I love this color. First of all, it isn’t a shade you ‘d see in most of your eyeshadow palettes. Additionally, San goes amazingly well with all of the shades in this palette. It is an extremely wearable shade. For one thing, you can wear San to line your lower lash lines. Also, I would love to see San on the outer corners of your eyes. If you really want to wow them, wear San in your crease, to your outer corners, and make an outer V. Then, line your eyes with this matte seaweed shade. It really makes a statement. Then, I’d add touches of an orange shade on your eyelids, and as a transition shade.
Juvia’s Place The Tribe Eyeshadow Palette Last But Not Least………
Some of the shades may look intimidating to you. But, these greens, oranges, orange, and bronze shades are extremely wearable. Also, the shades ca build, on each other, or alone. I love that you can do outrageous looks. In other words, you can have fun with this palette. Also, you can be more outgoing with your looks. And, if you are a makeup Enthusiast, you are really going to do great things with The Tribe.
Now, about the value of The Tribe Palette. For one thing, the price for this or any of Juvia’s Palettes, is unbelievable. First, the quality of the eyeshadows is on par with the big guns. Furthermore, Juvia’s quality is consistent in all of her palettes! Even more, you can’t go wrong with any of the Juvia’s Palettes.
What I love most about Juvia’s Palettes, they are not the same old, same old palettes that everyone else has. They are different. They are exciting! These palettes tell us a story. And, they are fun.
Let me know what you think about Juvia’s The Tribe Eyeshadow Palette. Have you tried any of her other palettes? Which ones do you like the most? Do you have a favorite? I love hearing what you think. Please visit me in the comments below. And, if you are shy, just stop in and say hi!